Dubai Islamic Bank (DIB) and Dubai eGovernment announced today they have partnered to offer customers an easy online payment experience. Using Al Islami Online Banking, DIB customers can quickly and securely make payments for a range of eGovernment services.
Under the partnership, Al Islami Online Banking can be used for payment transactions for more than 20 government entities, including Dubai Municipality, Department of Economic Development, DEWA, RTA for traffic and parking fines, Dubai Health Authority and Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
The partnership also extends to the payment of Zakat, as well as educational and professional courses through Dubai eGovernment’s e-Learn platform, including courses from the Hamdan Bin Mohammed e-University.
Dr. Adnan Chilwan, Deputy CEO – Chief of Consumer and Wholesale Banking, Dubai Islamic Bank, said: “Against the backdrop of rapid technological advances in Dubai, DIB has consistently been at the forefront of online banking innovation. Working closely with Dubai eGovernment, DIB is proud to play a key role in the delivery of online services in Dubai, and looks forward to exploring additional areas where the two organisations can collaborate in the future.”
Musabbah Al Qaizi, Head of Electronic Banking Services, Dubai Islamic Bank, said: “In partnership with Dubai eGovernment, DIB is pleased to offer customers the ability to quickly and securely pay for a large range of eGovernment services. Expanding online payment options for customers is central to DIB’s longstanding commitment to remain a leader in banking innovation.”