Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) —Alexa (Amazon’s smart home device) topped the most searched topics on the search engine, Google, in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on Monday morning after Dubai Electricity and Water Company will announce the addition of its Arabic services to the system, Sunday.
The authority announced the provision of its smart services through Amazon Alexa devices in Arabic language, to be the first government service organization in the world to provide its services in Arabic through this innovative technology, and the authority was the first entity government in the country. to add “Branches” to the Alexa system in 2017 # DEWA News https://t.co/tzHVQzcCyy
This came after the company announced the inclusion of its services on Amazon’s Alexa devices.
The company published a video clip with an introductory infographic about the launch of the new service, in a tweet on its official page on the social network Twitter.
The company said in a comment on the tweet: “The authority announced the provision of its smart services through Amazon’s Alexa devices in Arabic language, to be the first government services institution in the world to provide its services in Arabic language to through this innovative technology, and the authority was the first government entity in the country to add “Rams” to Alexa in 2017.
Saeed Al Tayer, Managing Director and CEO of Dubai Electricity and Water Authority, said: “We always strive to anticipate and create the future and keep up with global developments and smart technologies to develop working mechanisms in a way enrich the customer experience and achieve their happiness in accordance with the vision and directives of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates and Ruler of Dubai, may God protect you, for develop Dubai government services to implement today what other cities in the world will implement after 10 years.
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