QIIB Unveils Dhareeba Payment Service for Corporate Clients via Online Banking

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Doha: QIIB announced the introduction of “Dhareeba” direct payment for its corporate clients through online banking, aiming to strengthen cooperation with the General Tax Authority (GTA) as part of the digital transformation plan of the Bank, which includes various services provided for retail and corporate clients.

Customers can benefit from this service seamlessly by registering for the business online banking service and submitting the required information to complete the payment service, which includes different types of Dhareeba.

Commenting on the launch of the service, QIIB Deputy Managing Director Jamal Abdulla Al Jamal (pictured) said, “QIIB is constantly striving to provide its corporate clients with the best digital services and products that meet their objectives and their requirements. We are aware of the importance that companies attach to their financial operations of various types and the ease of their implementation in an appropriate manner and at the right times.

He noted, “QIIB’s digital transformation process has significantly increased the quality of our services and products. Indeed, we have emphasized the inclusion of all categories of customers, in particular enterprises, because we are aware of the importance of this category, and its need for efficiency, speed and compatibility. with regulatory requirements and official authorities such as the Direction Générale des Impôts. Authority.

“Dhareeba’s direct payment service for the bank’s corporate clients via internet banking complements the Memorandum of Understanding entered into between QIIB and the General Revenue Authority in March last year, which aims to encourage customers to pay their taxes by means of electronic payment”.

Al Jamal expressed his hope that the new feature will satisfy the bank’s corporate clients and that they will start benefiting from it based on the mechanisms announced either by the bank or the General Tax Authority.

The Deputy General Manager emphasized, “QIIB will continue to implement its plan in the area of ​​digital transformation until it achieves full digital transformation, where customers will have the ability to process all their transactions and receive their services, digitally, without having to go to the bank. branches. This saves the customer’s time and effort and limits the margin for human error, increases operational efficiency and takes the banking business to new heights, keeping pace with international technological development”.

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