Madfoo3atCom signs deal with SSS-Process
Amman, February 16, 2014
Madfoo3atCom company has signed a co-operation agreement with SSS-Process under which the latter will be provided with all technical facilities to connect banks and billers through the Central Bank of Jordan’s e-billing system, eFawateerCom.
The agreement was signed by Madfoo3atCom CEO Nasser Saleh and SSS-Process’ CEO Dr Alaa Ensheiwat, whose company, under the deal, is officially certified to connect banks and billers to eFawateerCom service.
Saleh said the first phases of the electronic connectivity will involve major billers in the Kingdom, including providers of telecom services, electricity and water, in addition to state agencies, such as the customs department, and academic institutions.
Under the system, beneficiaries will be ensured access to inquire their bills and the ability to pay them electronically, either through the Internet, or any other electronic means, including ATMs and cellular phones.
“We will cooperate with the management of the CBJ to implement one of the largest financial projects in the region. Our cadres will work on several aspects of the project so that before the end of the second quarter of the current year, we will drop the curtains on the era of long lines of customers waiting to check on their bills and pay them,” he added.
Dr Ensheiwat said: “We appreciate Madfoo3atCom’s selection of SSS-Process to work among the companies contracted to connect between banks and billers, applying the new system. We congratulate its management for winning the CBJ tender, which will make a genuine difference to the lives of citizens and residents benefiting from the services of Jordanian providers”.
"We will dedicate the first weeks to communicate with bank managements and leaders of private and public companies, especially those dealing with large segments of citizens and residents, such as telecom, electricity and water providers, along with universities and other top-layer billers," noted the official.
"The system will help these institutions reduce their operational costs and improve the collection process, let alone that it will help the companies cut the costs of bill printing and mailing via conventional channels," he added.-TradeArabia News Service