du unveils new business centre, DIFC deal

Also part of paperless strategy.
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du has opened a new central business centre in Dubai. The opening comes amid a new strategic agreement with Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC).

The new business centre is located in DIFC. In line with Dubai Paperless Strategy, the new business centre is allegedly the first of its kind to embrace advanced technology and digitise all transactions. Integrated and paper-free operations will enable the telco to provide 1,800 businesses and 21,000 employees with innovative, fine-tuned business applications and intelligent digital products.

Said Farid Faraidooni, deputy CEO of Enterprise Solutions for du parent company Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company (EITC: “It is imperative to allow companies to grow in this digital age through scalable mobile, fixed and data options. du outlets are designed with customers’ needs in mind so our teams can work with you on ground to ensure that no requirement is left unmet. Additionally, we are launching new outlets throughout the UAE to make businesses more mobile, collaborative, productive, and efficient.”

The new centre features several counters to increase convenience for enterprise customers – from startups, SMEs and large enterprises – and help them operate more efficiently, collaborate more effectively, and connect better with their customers. It also has multiple bill payment machines offering a quick and easy way to pay bills. Expert staff is available to address enquiries, engage with customers and provide information about all-in-one plans and services, contributing to an enhanced customer experience.

du’s new outlet is located in Gate Building on the Marble Walk, home to more than 200 prime retail stores and over 50,000 visitors each day. The telco aims to establish business centres in accessible locations in multiple emirates this year.

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