The Abu Dhabi Digital Authority (ADDA) has launched its Abu Dhabi Connect initiative to help save over 737,000 working hours and AED714 million for its customers.
The project was launched under the umbrella of the Abu Dhabi Government Services ecosystem, “TAMM”, through which more than 50 hard-copy documents have now been transformed and integrated with the services of 24 government entities.
The launch is aligned with the Abu Dhabi Plan and Vision 2030 and will usher in a new era of digital sustainability by streamlining data-driven systems and processes throughout the government.
“The completion of the ‘Abu Dhabi Connect’ project represents an important step for the Abu Dhabi Digital Authority in leading the digital future of the Abu Dhabi Government and reflects the integrated and concerted government efforts to create smart, efficient, fast, and proactive digital solutions,” said His Excellency Ali Rashid Al Ketbi, Member of Abu Dhabi Executive Council and Chairman of the Department of Government Support in Abu Dhabi.
“The significance of this project lies in the fact that it provides a working environment that enables government entities to safely exchange digital data and offer a new generation of services to enrich the customer experience and enhance work efficiency and government coordination,” H.E. added.
The accomplishment of the “Abu Dhabi Connect” project culminated in the successful digital transformation of 28 documents and their integration with the services of 19 government entities, thereby simplifying the procedures of more than 500 government services that provide more than 5 million transactions annually.