Algeria spouses bank on technology, literally.
This means no more hassles disappointments, or waiting in lines longer than it takes to make chakchouka. Easy cash dissemination sweeps the Algeria Post agencies by the first week in October.
This means happy wives, bridging gaps, productivity increases, and a release from the old process springing forth new technological methods for the holders of the national biometric identity card.
The old system is solidly rectified by this new application providing peace, ease and security with the collected information embedded within the card. AP interim computer manager, Salem Guesmi said "it's all stored in a chip." A wife can easily access funds from her husband and be assured of a successful transaction.
The emphasis here is to achieve trust and alignment with all providers and citizens for continued growth and prosperity in the electronic administration sector. Additionally, pursuance of 100 percent electronic capabilities within the administration to accommodate friendly and accurate service.
Hacene Boulam of the Directorate of Securities and Secure Documents said this movement "comes in the instructions of the Minister of the Interior concerning the issuance of the national biometric identity card at the time of the renewal of the old card" and also make note that the new dissemination of funds "will be followed by others for the same purpose of offering more electronic services."