Smart Digital Services’ ever-growing roster of clients include many government, telecommunications, and corporate entities. We partner with our clients to provide innovative solutions using the latest technological trends. The following is a non-exhaustive list for some of our clients.
Digital Services Operator
With extensive expertise as a digital solutions provider and its long standing service record in building and operating e-government solutions specifically, Smart Digital Services (SDS) can grow your business and even help running it on your behalf!
Smart Digital Factory
As a 20-years veteran in software development, Smart Digital Services (SDS) have amassed over the years a wide array of digital assets, re-usable components, testing scripts, and a rich library of lessons learned to help offer a plethora of services in software integration and development. We utilize our experience and skills through the application of the software factory model.
Electronic Payments Platform
SMART designed and created a complete e-Payments solution from the ground up, offering a full catalog of exceptional electronic payment services.
To fully develop the product, Damen was created as a subsidiary under SMART to focus on running and enhancing the product, and to continue evolving it to the next level.
Smart Fleet Tracking (SFT)
Smart Fleet Tracking (SFT) is a complete solution to help manage your gas or petrol station(s) and introduces multiple approaches for fuel spend monitoring and tracking and fleet management.
Beneficiaries of the subsidized bread program who do not fully use their allowed bread quota can have their unused bread sales turn into points exchangeable for other food items from grocery outlets.
Food Subsidies Card (بطاقة التموين)
The Food Subsidies Card project is one of the most successful projects in the Middle East where SMART has managed to automate one of the largest and most critical public service systems in the region.
SMART Digital Services was established in 2005, with authorized capital of EGP 200 million and 34 million paid in capital, with main shareholders include National Telecom Holding Company (NTC), and the Egyptian National Post Office (ENPO) and managed by experts in the fields operations, software engineering, electronic payment systems, security, and telecommunications.