As part of its efforts towards digitalization, the Ministry of Commerce and Industry in Qatar has officially launched the new package of supply electronic services. The services have been expanded in a manner contributing to excellence in performance and the speed of completion of transactions have improved, eliminating the necessity for personal attendance.
The new electronic services package, launched yesterday, adds to the supply services programme, which includes nine new services, divided into three categories, namely, issuance, amendment and update services, and distributors services.
Speaking at a press conference yesterday, Mubarak Khalifa al-Mohannadi, the Assistant Director of Department of Supply and Strategic Inventory at the Ministry of Commerce and Industry emphasized the importance of the new step in the process of completing the digital transformation of the ministry services, further adding that this is as per the wise leadership’s directives to develop the electronic infrastructure for all government agencies, thereby making maximum use of digital technology.
He also explained that the new electronic services are the result of cooperation and joint coordination with various government agencies and bodies to facilitate transactions of nationals and the clients of the Ministry of Commerce and Industry.
The Ministry had launched the supply services electronically through its website to further complement the services that it had developed for the beneficiaries of the Tamween card, which include 5 services represented in the service of viewing the list of approved distributors, the service of changing the password for Tamween card, the service of changing the services related to the Tamween card information such as the data, the exchange record and the monthly allowance, thus taking the total number of supply services available electronically to about 14 services.