Ajman’s Ministry of Finance and Ajman Bank signed an agreement to improve the services of Ajman Wallet’s smart payment platform, “Ajman Pay”, to facilitate recharging and recharging via bank ATMs across the country.
This strategic partnership is in line with the vision and guidelines of wise leadership to establish Ajman’s leadership position in electronic banking, thereby optimizing and boosting the emirate’s digital transformation strategy.
The memorandum of understanding was signed by Marwan Ahmed Al Ali, director general of Ajman’s finance ministry, and Mohammed Abdul Rahman Amiri, CEO of Ajman Bank.
Al Ali said Ajman’s Ministry of Finance continues to strengthen its partnership with the financial and banking sector to capitalize on various means of digital innovation to improve the quality of financial services and provide a variety of options and payment channels adapted to various customer segments.
Al Ali also noted that the new service, which allows Ajman Wallet to be recharged through Ajman Bank’s ATMs, aims to provide ease and convenience to improve customer satisfaction.
Mohammed Abdul Rahman Amiri said, âAjman Bank is always looking to forge partnerships that can help achieve the bank’s digital transformation goals and improve the efficiency of its products and services. This agreement aims to provide clients with flexibility and to make the Ajman portfolio more accessible to clients. We believe that this type of partnership encourages the adoption of innovations and digital strategies that can always be achieved by leveraging the cooperation between the government and the banking sectors. “
Ajman wallet can also be recharged on the ‘Ajman Pay’ platform through Tas’heel centers as well as electronic and smart channels through Ajman Pay mobile app and website, direct debit from bank account, Ajman Pay service centers and Al Ansari Exchange branches. . – TradeArabia News Service