Using technology to meet efficiency targets
ABU DHABI Judicial Department (ADJD) will be showing off some of the innovative solutions that it has developed this week.
ABU DHABI Judicial Department (ADJD) will be showing off some of the innovative solutions that it has developed this week, as it bids to raise awareness of the judicial services now available for public use.
Rashed Saqer Al Dhaheri, Director of IT Bureau at Abu Dhabi Judicial Department, says its participation in the show reflects its keen interest in developing judicial services through more focused investment in IT systems and applications.
He explains that the department continues to evaluate the latest technology systems and applications to ensure it is meeting the efficiency targets that it sets itself.
“ADJD has so far made huge efforts to develop IT infrastructure and systems. The objective is providing the public with easy access to high quality and efficient judicial services. Transactions of the public need to be processed in shortest time and the highest accuracy in accordance with the worldwide best practices,” he says.
Al Dhaheri insists the leadership of the ADJD is not only based on developing new IT projects, but also in deploying innovation when carrying out any implementation. He says the department has paved the way for introducing new technologies and redefining quality in a competitive market by adopting a world class organisational excellence programme.
The technology initiatives that ADJD has embarked on has already led to it winning a series of awards. Earlier this year, the company netted an accolade for the innovative approach taken to a multi-tiered SAN implementation for ILM solutions.