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Sharjah Tahkeem to launch e-services

E-services will help improve efficiency and access to Tahkeem's arbitration services

Tahkeem will introduce e-services to improve efficiency.
Tahkeem will introduce e-services to improve efficiency.

Sharjah International Commercial Arbitration Centre (Tahkeem) is set to launch three online services to save time and costs for users.

Tahkeem, a non-profit, semi-government provider of arbitration services, will launch three services - Arbitrator Register Service, Expert Register Service and online Case Registration Service - which will be available on Tahkeem's website.

The move is part of Tahkeem's commitment to develop its e-services portal in line with its strategy to facilitate the procedures and provide high-quality services to clients and the business community.

The services will be available to facilitate the processes for all disputing parties and arbitrators to help save time and effort to improve the overall performance of the service, as part of an approved strategy.

The e-services are aimed at improving client satisfaction by offering all forms of support to serve the interest of the business community and advance the overall dispute settlement experience. The services will be officially launched at GITEX.

Hamda Ali Al Baloushi, Director of Cases Department at Tahkeem, said: "Our participation in Sharjah Government's pavilion at GITEX is part of our commitment to accelerate the process of switching to smart services offered by government and semi-government agencies. This transition is in line with both the vision of the UAE and the strategy of the Emirate of Sharjah.

"The provision of an integrated range of e-services has become instrumental to improve the overall quality of service and support client experience," she added.