August 2015 – Dubai – UAE, Everteam, the leading provider of integrated enterprise content management systems (ECM) in the Gulf region, announced today that the Ministry of Environment and Water (MOEW) has decided to implement EverSuite for the automation of all its correspondences.
MOEW is having a difficult time manually dealing with all types of incoming and outgoing correspondences leading to a higher processing time, inefficient information work allocation and increased cost for managing and monitoring this massive amount of information.
Seeking a state-of-the-art Correspondence Tracking solution, MOEW selected Everteam due to its impressive reputation in the enterprise content management field.
EverSuite Correspondence will allow MOEW to:
- Improve the control of data integrity.
- Improve responsiveness and decision-making.
- Improve Knowledge sharing and collaboration.
- Automate repetitive manual processes for increased efficiency.
- Track correspondences lifecycle at various stages to help improve/ re-design business process.
- Improve decision making and turn-around time.
- Increase overall business efficiency.
“Having the chance to collaborate with MOEW is a great opportunity in order to extend our long list of prestigious customers”, Says Mr. Hani Hannoun – Country manager of Everteam, UAE, ”our correspondence tracking solution has been successfully deployed in several areas in the world bringing numerous benefits to our clientele.
Based on our insightful expertise in the ECM field, we are positive that we will bring a positive change to MOEW by enhancing its current business process.”
About the Ministry of Environment and Water
The formation of the Ministry of Environment and Water (MOEW) came in the context of a national vision to strengthen the commitment of the United Arab Emirates to the environmental and sustainable development, as a response to many of the developments that have occurred on the national and global levels in the previous years. The UAE has approached the environmental issue as one of its main concerns, considering it as a key input for achieving sustainable development. MOEW was established in February 2006, replacing the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, taking charge and responsibility of all its powers and functions. The Federal Environment Agency and the General Secretariat of Municipalities, modified their functions and authorities in order to be accommodated within the ministry’s mandate.