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Payment International Enterprise (PIE) has announced a special initiative to help the government reduce crowds at key governmental locations. The company rolled out an array of governmental services along with a new payment method that enables users to make their transactions at kiosks located throughout the country. 

The locations of these kiosks have been strategically chosen and they are scattered around various government establishments such as the Electricity and Water Authority, General Directorate of Traffic, Bahrain Customs, and Real Estate Regulatory Authority, among others. 

In addition, these kiosks are also available in key commercial locations including Alosra Saar, Alosra Amwaj, Seef Mall, Avenues Mall, Saudi Causeway, as well as various other supermarkets across the Kingdom.

The kiosk machines will accept cash payments for all e-Gov services. Users just need to go to their nearest TAM machines and make their payments without requiring to interact with any other personnel. 

The administration is optimistic that the initiative will be of great use for people who are not otherwise comfortable with online payments.
Fawaz Ghazal, CEO of PIE, commented, “The services we offer add an additional layer of safety, and convenience that can cater to consumers for their daily governmental services – Our FinTech solutions are in high demand during the COVID-19 pandemic. We need to step up as innovators especially at a time when the shift to a digital world and solutions is needed by individuals, businesses, and the country as a whole.”