ADJD highlights internal systems

Demos cover Innovative Ideas System, e-Khidma System and ADJD’s IT infrastructure

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ADJD highlights internal systems ADJD utilises a number of internal applications to boost efficiency.
By Staff Writer Published  October 17, 2012

Abu Dhabi Judicial Department (ADJD) is showing the internal IT systems that are used by ADJD’s employees, to encourage innovation and smooth administration.

The ADJD stand includes demonstrations of the Innovative Ideas System and the e-Khidma System, along with ADJD’s IT infrastructure.

The Innovative Ideas System is a solution for collecting employees’ ideas for ADJD as part of an annual innovation guide, so that ideas can be appraised and rewarded.

The e-Khidma System has been designed to provide and administrate different types of employee services as per best practices in the workflow management. The system controls and regulates service cycle at the Department. This includes service strategy, service design, service operation transfer, service operation, and follow up and improvement.

The System atomises all service applications to ensure service provision for all eligible employees. In addition to the real time following up of the application status, the system saves the Department a great deal of effort and time and records every step to improve service quality.

To enable the development and implementation of its new systems and applications, ADJD has launched a project to deploy an advanced corporate IT infrastructure. The infrastructure was developed using best practice for IT architecture, and was designed to have great potential to improve performance. The infrastructure is also highly resilient and highly flexible, to minimise response time to internal or external changes.

The corporate infrastructure is also designed to have full transparency into all layers, to to ensure that operations and initiatives are connected to and support ADJD’s development strategy and allow strong corporate governance based on a sound corporate infrastructure.

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