For making sure that speedy communications are provided in the society, Pakistan Post has selected to make use of modern technology and has taken revolutionary measures for improving the efficiency and expanding its network around the globe.
During the initial 9 months of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf government, Pakistan Post has started taking inclusive steps for the development of a better perception of its services among the public by assuring them of timely delivery of mail, other articles and money as informed by a spokesperson of Pakistan Post—Zakirullah while conversing to APP.
He indicated that the affordability is also a cornerstone of the policy of Pakistan Post owing to the growing competitiveness in the postal market.
He informed that the federal minister for Postal Services—Murad Saeed was the first minister to propose e-governance in postal services, which was badly needed owing to the changing trends in the communications market.
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The spokesperson said that the mobile firm charges Rs2,500 for transferring Rs25,000 while Pakistan Post was just charging Rs550 for transferring of Rs50,000.
He added that Pakistan Post has also introduced a mobile application which permitted customers to track their articles on mobile phones. The application also registers customer complaints about enhancing their experience and for improving the efficiency of Pakistan Post.
Zakirullah recalled that Pakistan Post has inked a deal with NADRA for the renewal or modification of CNIC via Post Offices. This project was launched in 10 post offices and it would also be extended to 100 post offices.
Another agreement signed is for the expansion of the franchise Post Offices for providing postal and financial services via 15,000 NADRA outlets.
While talking about the e-commerce initiatives, he said that they were introduced for capitalising the fastly growing e-commerce sector and Pakistan Post has already made its own web portal for registering partners.
He informed 580 online businesses had been registered under the Pakistan Post, which encourages online business.