UK-based Invapay, a payment technology company has teamed up with Barclays, an international financial services provider, have launched a new payment service in the UAE.
The new solution ePayment – Purchase and Pay opens up
Global leaders in electronic cards and payments have urged solution providers and merchants to focus on customers and innovation.
Taking part in the Cards & Payments Show Middle East 2012, which opened its doors today in Abu Dhabi
Etisalat, the leading provider of telecom services in the UAE, has teamed up with Dubai-based software firm TechTuners for end-to-end online and offline payment solutions for the travel and tourism industry.
Etisalat will pre-integrate its
The Dubai Department of Economic Development (DED) and Dubai Islamic Bank (DIB) have signed an agreement to facilitate electronic payment of new trade licence fees, as well as for renewed and amended licences through DIB’s branches.
E-commerce transactions in the Middle East are expected to grow beyond 15 per cent in 2010, driven by infrastructural development, strong government focus on online services, and rapidly growing internet penetration.
The region posted the
Dubai eGovernment has said that the Roads & Transport Authority (RTA) has joined its electronic raffle promotion called 'Best Online Customer' launched recently.
Customers using the Dubai eGovernment portal to conduct ePayment