Emirates Gas launches mobile apps
Dubai, September 15, 2013
Emirates Gas (Emgas), a subsidiary of the Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC), has launched a new application for smartphones, exclusively for its customers and the society at large in the UAE.
Fully secure and developed to the highest technology standards, the “Emirates Gas” App will have several value-added features including the ability for users to place and track their orders, view their invoices and check the latest offers from Emgas.
The App will also provide information about product portfolio including services specific to safety. Users will also be able to log their feedback and be in touch with Emgas professionals on various business-related queries.
Enoc CEO Saeed Khoory said Emgas was one of the first in the gas industry to launch the apps tailored for its customers. "The smartphone apps brings us closer to our customers, enabling us to identify their requirements promptly and address them efficiently."
The company will continue to focus on strengthening its technology platforms to provide the highest levels of service support to customers, it stated.
Hesham Ali Mustafa, the senior director – Enoc Gas Marketing & International Business Development and GM of Emirates Gas said: “It reflects our strength in leveraging the most modern technologies and the strong internet and mobile phone penetration in the UAE. Now with the touch of a button on their smart mobile phones, customers can benefit from 24x7 access to our e-services.”
The largest supplier of LPG in the emirates, Emgas is a market leader in supplying a variety of propane used in industrial, commercial establishments and residential areas.-TradeArabia News Service
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