ADJD releases books via store app
Abu Dhabi, April 6, 2011
The Abu Dhabi Judicial Department (ADJD) has released a wide range of its publications through an online bookstore application developed by Flagship Projects, a leading mobile and Web applications provider.
The department has also released social books on Rufoof, the bookstore application. The IT Bureau at the ADJD is now working to prepare a large number of books to be added to the same service, a statement said.
“This move of releasing these books on iPads is part of the ADJD plan to reach most of legal specialists and others who need such material. The step reflects the dedication of the ADJD to deploy latest technologies,” said Rashed Saqer Al Dhaheri, director of IT Bureau, Abu Dhabi Judicial Department.
ADJD customers can go to the application and view a wide range of ADJD book titles, download them and read them even when they lose Internet connectivity, the statement said.
Shadi Hasan, managing director, Flagship Projects, Mena, said: “The ADJD is implementing the latest international technologies and this is evident in publishing its books through Rufoof which is a service that goes in line under the IT bureau’s direction at ADJD.”
“ADJD has been a pioneer among government departments in the Arab World to adopt latest technologies to provide best services to its customers,” he concluded. – TradeArabia News Service