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A portal is a web-based platform that collects information from different sources into a single user interface and presents users with the most relevant information for their context. Over time, simple web portals have evolved into portal platforms that support digital customer experience initiatives.

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Centralised Information

Develop your portal as a single source of centralised information for your diverse range of stakeholders.Enable multiple departments to work and collaborate simultaneously.

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Automative Process

Get the most out of your web portal. Automate your complex business process and provide an unparalleled experience to your users

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Ease of Access

Categorise the portal information as per the need and requirement of your stakeholders. Provide access based information as per the stakeholder engagement

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Get your portal customised, categorised and automatized

The Administration Panel (or the admin panel for short) is the primary tool for you to work with your online store. Here you can manage products and orders, offer discounts, interact with your customers, change the look of your store and do much more.

The admin panel is responsive: it adapts to the screen size of the device you view it from. That way, you can manage your store from mobile devices.

Does your business need a web portal?

There are multiple reasons why an SME will look towards web portal development. The process of developing and deploying an online business portal can be triggered from a single ‘pain’ or ‘flash point’ that the business experiences. The key drivers normally include multi-location based teams and offices or the need to improve communication and access to information between your business and suppliers. Of course, these can vary depending on the nature of an organisation and how it operates. Key points that may indicate you need a web portal include:

  • Multi-location premises e.g. national/international office
  • Home or field-based employees
  • Requirement for external contribution to data and processes e.g. to manage supplier or channel retailers
  • Requirement to provide a scalable IT licensing option
  • Increase visibility of information e.g. by department, manager or tailored for a specific individual
  • Existing business systems are missing a critical module that is needed by your exact day-to-day processes
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    There are two types of web portal that can help you shape the way your business operates – vertical or horizontal.

    Vertical web portals focus on a specific application or business function such as HR, accounting and finance, CRM, ERP, service management or warehouse management. They enable users from both inside and outside of your business to see, edit and contribute to processes within that given application(s).
    For example, an organisation may wish to offer a customer web portal that enables suppliers to read, add to or amend order status details and other related information.

    Horizontal web portals provide users with the ability to see aggregated data from multiple applications via a single view experience. (This is not to say that vertical portals cannot aggregate data from other applications, but it’s not their primary focus).
    This type of web portal removes the need for users to login to multiple primary business applications to read, write or amalgamate information. It can, therefore, significantly improve the productivity and performance of users.

  • Removal of back office administration
  • Scalable IT licensing options
  • Improved decision making
  • Improved communication resulting in stronger customer and supplier relationships