The Royal Commission in Jubail Sets Up an Electronic Network for the Investors
The Royal commission's officials are very keen to use information and electronic systems in running the affairs of the two industrial cities of Jubail and Yanbu so as to simplify and facilitate transactions between the Royal Commission and investors and individuals. Therefore, The Directorate General of the Royal Commission for Jubail & Yanbu has set up an electronic network on its website utilizing state-of-the-art communication and information technology in order to process the transactions of all investors and individuals for new, existing , or active projects in one-stop shop and under one ceiling at the Comprehensive Service Center. Investors can visit the site of the Comprehensive Service Center via the Royal Commission's Website (www.rcy.gov.sa).
According to Engineer Abbas Al-Shammasi, Director of the Comprehensive Service Center of the Royal Commission in Jubail, the center aims to attract and develop local and foreign investments in the city, create a successful investment environment, respond to the requests of both individuals and investors via one liaison point to facilitate coordination and follow-up, provide the Royal Commission's services to investors and individuals (clients) via the Internet and develop and improve the internal procedures efficiently and effectively.
The center serves as a main liaison point for investors in new projects by providing required information about investment opportunities and available services and coordinating with other departments and entities to facilitate obtaining necessary approvals, and to overcome possible difficulties. The center also receives clients requests related to active projects and those under design or construction; in addition to coordination with departments concerned to finalize their transactions and respond to their enquiries.
It is worth mentioning that the Royal Commission in Jubail has followed the leadership's wise directions by updating and developing the administrative procedures and rendering better services to investors and individuals. Business is now being computerized and information systems built up to keep pace with rapid changes, and to change from the prevailing traditional methods to electronic ones via a vast communications network to simplify procedures and finalize transactions in a timely manner and deal with new electronic changes.