HE the Minister of Commerce and Industry Ali bin Ahmed al-Kuwari yesterday inaugurated the new website of the ministry, including 49 new e-services, bringing the total number of e-services provided by the MoCI to the public to 133.The launch of the new website reflects the ministry’s strategic objectives and keenness to achieve more effective communication with investors, consumers, and members of the public through the provision of additional e-services that keep pace with modern technology, and which save time and effort.
The MoCI’s new website, www.moci.gov.qa, is characterized by attractive colours and clear images. Easier to use, the new website enables quick access to services provided by the ministry with fast browsing, in line with the modern designs used by international websites. The changes to the website are in line with the ministry’s vision of shifting towards digitized systems to interact more with members of public and support them in completing their various transactions.
The new version of the website features 133 e-services covering the different sectors of the ministry, including commercial registration renewal service, licensing, modification and revocation (discounts, liquidation or offers),licensing to manage and operate new bakeries, registration of commercial agents, reports of meetings of general assemblies and boards of directors, patent application, registration of trade or industrial marks, and other e-services. The new website allows visitors to view the latest news of the ministry through an integrated media centre, and the most important initiatives and projects of the ministry, as well as product recalls and trade and industrial statistics.