Dubai Courts launches smart campaign
Dubai, June 27, 2013
The Dubai Courts has launched a new campaign entitled 'Smart Court', which aims to provide the best ideas possible to develop and improve services and procedures for smartphone applications.
The campaign was launched in Dubai Courts and will be conducted under the slogan 'Your Suggestions Make the Future,' and is intended to assist in Dubai Courts' aim of supporting the nomination of Dubai to host the Expo 2020.
Dr Ahmed Saeed Bin Hazim, director general of Dubai Courts, said the campaign is in line with Sheikh Mohammed’s ‘Smart Government’ initiative, and it aspires for ‘leadership in court performance.’
“In order for the Dubai Courts to establish the UAE as an ‘e-country’, and to keep up with rapid changes taking place in the world in its transition to the digital economy based on knowledge, we are looking forward to realising the vision of the wise leadership as soon as possible,” said Bin Hazim.
“This will assist the Dubai Courts to evolve into a ‘Smart Court’ based on modern technology, allowing the client / end-user to complete their work and business transactions, and reach their objectives, in the shortest, fastest and most accurate way,” he said.
He invited all workers in the judiciary and legal institutions in the emirate to generate as many creative ideas as possible, in order to contribute to the upgrading of the work and performance in Dubai Courts.
The process will also contribute to the development and improvement of services and procedures that are delivered via smartphone applications, he said.
The campaign focuses on objectives such as raising the readiness of Dubai to host the Expo 2020, strengthening co-operation with the courts’ strategic partners by engaging them in the suggestion of creative ideas and developing an action plan through which responsibilities will be assigned.
The objectives also include designing and leading a campaign to invite all workers in the judicial sector in Dubai to generate as many creative ideas as possible which may contribute to the upgrading of the work and performance in Dubai Courts.
Awards will be given to those who suggest the best creative ideas and are divided into Gold Idea, including the best imaginative idea to develop and improve services and procedures through smartphones applications; Imaginative Ideas, ideas for developing and improving services and procedures, ideas of smartphone applications, and Student Ideas.
The Dubai Courts will receive suggestions through its ‘Nebras’ smartphone application and must be filled out by August 20.
The sponsors of the campaign include Emirates Auction, Al Tawar Centre, Prism and Xerox. – TradeArabia News Service
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