Smart Dubai has introduced the "Zakat Al-Fitr" service on its front runner Dubai Now application in an effort to embrace modern technology and give best-in-class services to customers, according to the spirit of the Year of Zayed.
Dubai Now is an incorporated platform offering 61 smart services from 28 government, semi-governmental and private entities, targeting 11 various consumer sections. With "Zakat Al-Fitr", launched in partnership with Dar Al Ber Culture, Smart Dubai enables customers to give their Zakat donation through their smart gadgets.
Her Excellency Dr Aisha Bint Butti Bin Bishr, Director General of the Smart Dubai Office (SDO), stated: "We have actually constantly sought to make sure that the Dubai Currently application aligns with the instructions of the UAE's smart management to harmonise efforts throughout federal government and exclusive entities to sustain Dubai's smart transformation. We strived to develop an integrated smart ecological community and deal progressed solutions that harness technology to boost people's quality of life and spread happiness amongst them."
“Today, we launch the ‘Zakat Al-Fitr’ service as part of an update to the Dubai Now platform, in an effort to expand our offering to cover all aspects of people’s lives with city-wide smart services that are not only limited to Dubai but can also be used around the world,” H.E. added.
Meanwhile Eng. Khalfan Khalifa Al Mazroui, Chairman of Dar Al Ber Culture, lauded the fantastic collaboration in between Smart Dubai and the Culture's IT department to release the "Zakat Al-Fitr" smart service. Al Mazroui stated that Dar Al Ber makes every effort to provide best-in-class, hassle-free and top quality solutions to donors, people in need and members of all sections of society. "We look for to supply adaptable smart services to spread out joy in the community, as guided by the UAE leadership and in line with the country’s policies,” he discussed, getting in touch with those eligible for Zakat to get the new solution.
Abdullah Ali bin Zayed Al Filasi, Dar Al Ber's Executive Director, thanked Smart Dubai for its teamwork in facilitating Zakat settlement by consisting of the "Zakat Al Fitr" service on their Dubai Now platform, which attends to the majority of the Dubai population's daily requirements.
The "Zakat Al-Fitr" service is currently easily accessible through the Dubai Now application, which is readily available in the App Store and Google Play. The Platform seeks to satisfy the requirements of its customers by providing day-and-night accessibility to government solutions. To this day, greater than 734,000 customers have downloaded the application and virtually 272,000 have registered.
The application includes of services from the Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA), which was the first federal entity to sign up with the platform, permitting customers to pay power and water bills with the app. Dubai Currently additionally enables individuals to obtain associated with volunteer work, in collaboration with the Community Development Authority (CDA). Individuals can additionally pay for petrol through Dubai Currently in all ENOC stations, while additionally availing services from the Roads and Transfer Authority among others.