Ajman's finance department selects Oracle Cloud to bolster emirate's economy
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Ajman’s finance department selects Oracle Cloud to bolster emirate’s economy

Ajman’s finance department selects Oracle Cloud to bolster emirate’s economy

It will enable the department to increase productivity, reduce costs and improve controls and optimise its supply chain management

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Ajman’s Department of Finance (DoF) has partnered with cloud applications and infrastructure provider Oracle to adopt a cloud-based resource management system.

The cloud-based system will enables more efficient finance, supply chain and HR functions across the organisation.

The department’s migration to Oracle Fusion Cloud Applications – a suite of standards-based technology that enables businesses to streamline processes in a single platform – presents increased productivity, reduced costs, improved controls, optimised supply chain management and an enhanced HR function.

The upgrade is part of the emirate’s commitment to improve operations and services and promote the digital transformation of the emirate. Oracle will help improve Ajman DoF’s operational efficiency and customer engagement.

Ahmad Salem Madhani, executive director for Institutional Support at the Ajman Department of Finance, said: “The latest digital developments and technologies are vital in today’s era. Our decision reflects the proactiveness of the Department of Finance to adopt initiatives that contribute to improving the quality and efficiency of work, in line with the vision and directives of the wise leadership of our emirate”.

Ajman’s finance department has adopted an innovation-based strategy that focuses on positioning the emirate as a major contributor to the country’s progress. In 2019, the department launched Ajman Pay, a smart digital payment platform designed to reinvent payment and government revenue collection in a secure manner.

“In its digital transformation process, the Department of Finance places a high priority on cloud solutions to meet the accelerating work requirements and the evolving needs of government agencies in the emirate. We are confident that our adoption of Oracle cloud applications will enable us to bring modern innovations to the Ajman government and local authorities by accelerating business progress through innovative technologies,” said Abdul Ghaffar Al Khaja, director of accounts department at Ajman’s Department of Finance.

Towards the end of last year, Oracle announced that it has chosen Abu Dhabi to open its second second cloud region in the UAE.

Read: Oracle announces second cloud region in the UAE

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