Dubai Trade, Palm partner on online payments
Dubai, November 27, 2009
Dubai Trade, the innovative online facilitator of Dubai World, has teamed up with Palm Utilities, leading utility solutions provider, on its integrated Rosoom services to offer its clients the comprehensive online payment services.
The payments can be made through direct debit, e-dirham and credit cards.
This centralised e-payment gateway provides a wide range of services for customers to make online payment transactions with leading commercial establishments such as DP World, Economic Zones World, Dubai Multi Commodities Centre and Leisure Corp.
Palm Utilities, which operates through its subsidiaries Palm District Cooling and Palm Water, can now offer clients direct access to Rosoom platform through which they can make their utility bill payments online.
“We are pleased to sign up Palm Utilities on to the portal,” said Mahmood Al Bastaki, director Dubai Trade.
“Their extensive network of clients will benefit from Dubai Trade’s services. This partnership expands our reach considerably and reflects the quality of our products. Our services have made very positive difference to our customers’ business.”
Yousuf Kazim, CEO of Palm Utilities, said: “As a customer-focused company, providing sustainable services and committed to deliver to its customers the best of services, Palm Utilities sees this as a value-adding partnership.
“Customers can now access Rosoom to make their payments anytime, 24/7 by saving time and cost, especially that PU has a number of high end projects in Dubai where our clients have direct business contacts with the companies Dubai Trade covers through its platform.”
Rosoom covers a number of important transactions, such as e-payment for Economic Zones World flagship Jafza, containerised bill payments for DP World, the global port operators, and payments for services by Dubai Multi Commodities Centre and Leisure Corp.
This multiple transaction platform facilitates instant settlement of bills with the companies through real time transfer of funds from the customers’ bank account. This secure single-window electronic gateway has become hugely popular in the business sector as an excellent cost-cum-time saver.
Launched in March 2008, Rosoom facilitated more than 200,000 transactions in one year, totaling an amount of Dh135,000,000 ($36.75 million). – TradeArabia News Service
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