The post-mobile government phase not only promises never-seen before smart digital systems but also create new vital markets with high economic value.

Re-visiting government services and service delivery models is all about forging newer public-private partnerships that pave way for adopting open and global standards.

Dubai joins a growing global Smart City movement, with Frost & Sullivan estimating a global smart city market potential of $3.3 trillion by 2025.

GCC has been garnering attention for being a knowledge-based urban development region that has invested highly in renewable energy, cutting-edge financing and governance. The regional government has been a strong contender and forerunner as compared to its counterparts and has openly enjoyed welcoming technologies like big data and open data to play an instrumental role in driving business and various other government sectors.