Located along the Persian Gulf, Ajman is the capital of the emirate of Ajman in the United Arab Emirates. It is the smallest emirate of the UAE. Yesterday, Ajman’s Department of Finance has announced the launch of the Forsan RPA application, as part of its participation at GITEX Technology Week 2021, which concludes on Thursday at the Dubai World Trade Center.
The participation in GITEX 2021 reflects the Department’s vision to cultivate a culture of innovation in financial work, thus encouraging employees to concentrate on knowledge-based work that is high-value, and ensuring the integrity of Ajman’s financial performance data. RPA is meant to help:
- automate the processes of controlling the financial performance of the government’s financial thermometer;
- manage the schedule for preparing financial plans and budgets;
- match expenditures with the smart financial planning and analysis system;
- manage the implementation of transfers and additional appropriations on the government.
The launch of the program falls within the Department’s broader commitment to supporting Ajman in achieving its digital transformation goals. The department’s experts indicated that the techniques and systems used in this application are among the latest technological means and unique tools that are designed to meet urgent demands and reduce human error, thus increasing efficiency and productivity.
“The Department is focusing its efforts on automating its operations and services in order to facilitate procedures and maintain the highest levels of performance and quality. We have therefore launched the Forsan RPA application, which uses digital technologies in accordance with the highest international standards. This comes as part of our efforts to continuously adopt the best practices in automating government services, as well as support the vision of our wise leadership in building a sustainable digital economy.”
Marwan Ahmed Al Ali, Director-General of Ajman’s Department of Finance