QIIB has announced the introduction of direct ‘Dhareeba’ payment for its corporate customers through internet banking, with the aim of strengthening cooperation with the General Tax Authority (GTA) as part of the Bank’s digital transformation plan, which includes various services provided for retail and corporate customers.
Customers can seamlessly avail of this service by registering in the corporate internet banking service and submitting the required information to complete the payment service, which includes various types of Dhareeba.
On the occasion of launching this service, QIIB Deputy CEO Jamal Abdulla Al Jamal said, “QIIB is constantly thriving to provide its corporate customers with the best services and digital products that meet their objectives and comply with their requirements. We realise the importance that companies attach to their financial transactions of various types and the ease of their implementation in an appropriate manner and at appropriate times.”
He said, “The process of QIIB’s digital transformation has significantly increased the quality of our services and products. This is because we have focused on including all the categories of customers, in particular corporate customers, as we realise the importance of this category, and its need for efficiency, speed, and compatibility with the regulatory requirements and official authorities such as the General Tax Authority.”
“The Dhareeba direct payment service for the bank’s corporate customers through internet banking complements the MoU concluded between QIIB and the General Tax Authority in March last year, which aims to encourage customers to pay their taxes through e-payment means,” he said.
Jamal expressed his hope that the new feature will satisfy the bank’s corporate customers and that they will start to avail of it based on the mechanisms announced either by the bank or the General Tax Authority.
He said, “QIIB will continue implementing its plan in the digital transformation field until reaching a comprehensive digital transformation, where customers will have the option to process all of their operations and receive their services, digitally, without the need to visit the bank branches. This saves time and efforts for the customer and limits the margin of human errors, increases operational efficiency, and takes the banking business to new heights, keeping pace with the international technological development.”