Dubai Police rolls out e-services through Oracle portal
Enterprise software company Oracle has announced that Dubai Police has selected the Oracle technology platform to power its e-services portal, which delivers services to Dubai's more than 900,000 residents.
Online services provided through the Oracle-based portal include reporting of stolen cars and other crimes, traffic-related services such as renewal of vehicle registration and driver's licenses, payment of fines, registering of complaints and other public service initiatives, and real-time news on traffic and safety initiatives.
The objectives of the new Dubai Police portal are manifold, including improving public access to information and services within the department, enabling the Dubai Police to share its vast resources of internal information with other government offices, delivering remote access to data for Dubai Police employees, and updating and centralizing the Department's technology infrastructure.
The primary technology components behind the Dubai Police portal strategy include the Oracle9i database and Oracle9i Application Server. The department chose to adopt the J2EE standard for development as it simplifies business rules and creates a more compatible and easily integrated infrastructure. — (menareport.com)
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