Abu Dhabi Customs has completed the digital transformation of all its services through the ‘TAMM’ platform, according to WAM.
The digital services provided by Abu Dhabi Customs include 40 integrated core services that reflect Abu Dhabi Customs’ advanced infrastructure, operational flexibility and innovative technology.
Its digital services also enable the completion of digital payments for 18 services via the ‘Abu Dhabi Pay’ platform – an integrated digital payment platform within ‘TAMM’.
The digitised platform can enable seamless transactions for investors, wholesalers and customs brokers, helping them to save time and facilitate the movement of trade.
According to Abu Dhabi Customs General Director Rashid Lahej Al Mansoori achieving 100% digital transformation will enhance the completion of customs transactions and facilitate the movement of trade and stimulate business and investment in Abu Dhabi.
He added that this development also supports Abu Dhabi government’s efforts to accelerate the digital transformation of all government services to enhance sustainability and provide optimum customer service.
Abu Dhabi Customs’ digital channels received more than 2.7 million visits during 2020, while more than 56,480 working days were saved for employees of government agencies.
The organisation’s digital services are available in both Arabic and English and can be accessed by customers by entering the service using the digital ID.