Abu Dhabi Municipality opens Customer Happiness Centre
Centre at Municipality's HQ aims to build customer satisfaction
By Mark Sutton
08 Apr 2018
Abu Dhabi Municipality has opened a Customer Happiness Centre at the municipality headquarters.
The initiative is part of the municipality's efforts to improve the services and raise customer satisfaction.
The centre was opened by Falah Mohammed Al Ahbabi, Director-General of Urban Planning and Municipalities Department, in the presence of Mubarak Obaid Khamis Abdullah Al Dhahiri, Under-Secretary of Urban Planning and Municipalities Department, and Ali Khalifa Al Qamzi, Acting General Manager of ADM, in addition to scores of municipal executives, directors and employees.
Al Ahbabi said that the initiative is a result of the visit of His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces and Chairman of the Executive Council to Abu Dhabi City Municipality, and his directives on the importance of enhancing communication with customers and offer high-quality community service.
"The Urban Planning and Municipalities Department attaches high priority to improving communication between the municipal system in Abu Dhabi and customers. Opening the Customer Happiness Office is a giant step towards enhancing relations between the municipality and customers, heeding to their observations and responding to their needs. The ultimate objective of these efforts is to boost customers' trust with the services on offer and bring them happiness. We are always committed to implement the directives of the Abu Dhabi Government," added Al Ahbabi.
Saif Badr Al Qubaisi, ADM General Manager, said: "The municipality adopts transparency with the customers thanks to the open-door policy. We encourage employees to further foster the outstanding relations with customers, and observe ethics in customer dealings. We also encourage them to heed to customers' views and suggestions, and meet their needs in accordance with the applicable rules."