Smart Dubai launches online website for Dubai city services

DubaiNow has 55 smart services available from 24 government and private entities available on one platform

Smart Dubai has launched the website version of DubaiNow, the unified services app that has more than 55 smart services available from 24 government and private entities.

DubaiNow is the first unified platform of its kind to integrate smart government services and enable customers to access all services and conduct all transactions in one place and at any time, through an array of digital channels including mobile phones, wearables, websites, smart kiosks, and IVR.

The original DubaiNow app was launched during GITEX 2015 and since then has seen several new services have been added from a growing list of public and private sector contributors.

Among the latest services provided under DubaiNow are ‘Ejari’, which facilitates rental contract procedures, ‘Makani,’ and ‘Criminal Antecedents Clearance Certificate.’

Additional applications include “Locator” for schools, hospitals, clinics, and city service centres in the case of emergencies.

“The DubaiNow platform is a powerful example of what we can accomplish, for the happiness of our people, when we work together as government departments and the private sector,” said Dr Aisha Bin Bishr, Director General of Smart Dubai Office.

“By providing a unified window to Dubai city services through DubaiNow, we are making city experiences more seamless and impactful for our residents. And with a shared data enabling services for identification and payments, we are creating a more efficient and secure city.”

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