Khalifa Fund For Enterprise Development Services Are Now Available Digitally Through The Abu Dhabi Government Services Ecosystem ’TAMM’
Khalifa Fund has integrated all of its services within the ’TAMM’ platform
Khalifa Fund for Enterprise Development has announced that all of its services are now available digitally through the Abu Dhabi government services ecosystem ‘TAMM’, which offers customers a comprehensive list of consolidated government services that can be accessed easily and safely from anywhere.
This move reflects the ambitious vision of the wise leadership in Abu Dhabi to improve and enhance government services and make them available effortlessly and conveniently to facilitate the lives of all Abu Dhabi residents.
Mouza Al Nasri, Acting CEO of Khalifa Fund for Enterprise Development said: “Khalifa Fund remains committed to integrating innovation into the organisation’s functionality. At Khalifa Fund, we believe that enabling innovation is at the cornerstone of effective entrepreneurship and thus we are extremely excited to join the cohort of government entities contributing towards the digitalization of Abu Dhabi government services through the ‘TAMM’ platform.
As part of the digitalization of Abu Dhabi government services, Khalifa Fund has integrated all of its services within the ‘TAMM’ platform, including loan disbursement requests, funding requests, training services, membership applications, training, mentorship and counselling services, as well as requests for support letters.
Al Nasri confirmed that this move is also aligned with Khalifa Fund’s continuous pursuit of using the best digital practices and innovation in the entrepreneurship field.
She added: “Following this integration with ‘TAMM’, we were able to relieve our customers from over 2,500 physical visits to our offices, and save 52 working days on government employees. This transformation will also contribute positively towards a more environmentally friendly practice, as it dramatically decreases our CO2 emissions by over 18 tons, and has significantly reduced Khalifa Fund’s paper trail.”
H.E. Engineer Mohamed AbdelHameed Al Askar, Director-General of Abu Dhabi Digital Authority praised the collaboration with Khalifa Fund for Enterprise Development, stressing that this move reflects the importance of collaboration between government entities to serve the community and promote happiness and well-being among its members.
H.E. Al Askar pointed out that this migration further strengthens efforts aimed at enabling Abu Dhabi government entities to rely on the fully-integrated ‘TAMM’ platform, which is equipped with the latest technology and digital solutions. He added that the platform provides digital services easily and smoothly in line with the Abu Dhabi government's vision to accelerate digital transformation, and offers the Abu Dhabi community smart digital services that are built on the best international practices.
To access the full range of Khalifa Fund’s services, including loan disbursement, funding, memberships, training and support letter request, please visit www.tamm.abudhabi/en