Amman – Al Albayt University renewed its trust in Cairo Amman Bank by signing an agreement to convert the university ID into a multi-use smart card.
Under the agreement, Banque du Caire will add qualitative services to the cardholder, including electronic payment technology and secure financial operations over the internet.
The agreement was signed on behalf of the bank by Chief Executive Officer Kamal Al-Bakri, and on behalf of the university, Prof. Hani Al-Damour, its president.
The bank keeps pace with technological developments and harnesses them to provide distinguished banking services and quality services to Jordanian universities, including academics, administrators, and students.
Cairo Amman Bank issues and operates multi-use smart identity cards for university students, and adds qualitative services to the cardholder, including electronic payment technology and secure financial operations via the internet, while the student can use the card inside the university campus as an ID card, to pay university fees, and to pay for university facilities that are available, It has point-of-sale devices, and the student can use the card to shop online, with the ability to recharge the card through bank branches and kiosk devices designed specifically for this purpose.
One of the features of the smart card is to enable students to benefit from the discounts offered by the brank through a group of merchants and stores in Jordan.