“Innovation is important, but actual implementation is even more essential” said Dr Noura Al Dhaheri, Chief Executive Officer at Maqta Gateway, at a session on day 2 of the UN World Data Forum 2018, arranged by the Federal Competition and also Data Authority (FCSA) at Dubai's Madinat Jumeirah on October 22-24, 2018.
"Maqta Gateway was introduced in 2016 with a vision to have a sustainable, varied, high-value-added economy, leading to far better possibilities for all. The main target is to produce ‘a single-window portal’ to be the online bridge linking all entities associated with import and export profession deals," Dr Al Dhaheri included.
"Maqta Gateway makes every effort to share technology as well as innovation for the common good, in an effort to transfer trade into a smooth electronic platform," she noted, explaining that to attain this goal, Maqta Gateway released the MAMAR Application, a digital portal providing access to information on all Abu Dhabi investors. MAMAR simplifies trade and freight-forwarding procedures by sea, air and also land, and also uses fully integrated solutions, most especially, the clear and also clear track-and-trace delivery service.
There has been a substantial uptick in the variety of digital deals from 94,270 in 2016 to greater than 6 million transactions each year, Dr Al Dhaheri revealed, keeping in mind that digitalisation had likewise allowed for a significant reduction in CO2 exhausts (6,200 tonnes saved), in addition to saving time (close to 19,000 man hrs), cost as well as documents.
Maqta Gateway had launched their principle Blockchain-powered app SILSAL on Sunday, October 21. The application improves the circulation of information to assist in and improve profession, offering efficient safety, dependability and also reachability remedies to make it possible for details exchange, offering customers unprecedented insight and also allowing them to track and trade their deliveries.
“The world of trade is changing fast and SILSAL is the way forward,” Dr Al Dhaheri insisted, including that Maqta Gateway takes pride in the fact that 70% of its team are Emirati nationals and 90% of all staff members are below the age of 40.
The second UN World Information Forum will invite more than 2,500 information experts, policy-makers, as well as representatives from academia, exclusive companies as well as civil society organisations (CSOs) from around the globe. The occasion complies with the inaugural Forum, which occurred in 2017 in Cape Community, South Africa.