Enterprise Portal

One-Stop-Shop for Everything Enterprise.

With a broad set of tools, knowledge management, collaboration and content distribution become the corner stone of your employees' routine.

The Enterprise Portal is centered on processes and structured information, integrating every aspect of your business in one place. You will find it faster and easier to share information, both inside and outside your organization.

You get a sophisticated repository of important information as well as a powerful tool to get work done and collaborate with others. In the Enterprise Portal, we have made data integration an area of focus, so you can more easily bring all sorts of external data - and databases - that you might need to process into your Intranet.

The Enterprise Portal is the most powerful and versatile Intranet solution; it is designed for organizations with high demands and big expectations.

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Key benefits
  1. Provide insight into key business performance indicators.

    With Dashboards data from various databases can be aggregated and presented visually in one central place that's available from everywhere.

  2. Ensure data is up-to-date.

    By having real-time information pulled automatically from the data source. This prevents data from being already outdated by the time users can see it.

  3. Meet business needs faster.

    By integrating all applications and tools into a unified experience as well as through its advanced search capabilities.

  4. Break down information silos.

    By delegating administration to departments who own and manage information on their own. This reduces the number of steps involved in gathering information and completing projects, and minimizes the involvement of IT.

  5. Connect people with information in context.

    By filtering the information that is relevant to users at a specific point in time. This emphasizes the importance of sharing knowledge and interaction among users, making both official and user-generated information transparent and available.

  6. Collect and leverage knowledge.

    By providing a space where knowledge is extracted, posted and built upon. As a result, your organization becomes more efficient and employees accelerate deliverables through creating best practices and eliminating double efforts.

  7. Increase the relevance and value of information.

    By personalizing the delivery of content. The advanced search capabilities save users time and the Intranet ensures that the users' experience is always up-to-date. This accelerates updates to all users and makes sure they work with current data.

  8. Make information available throughout the organization.

    Keeping all employees informed and giving them access to the same information helps reducing duplicate work or work that is based on outdated information.

  9. Optimize information distribution.

    By making use of and fine-tuning the many distribution channels offered through the Intranet, you will maximize efficacy as well as velocity in retrieval, storage and execution of information.

  10. Create and distribute information to the right audience.

    By targeting relevant content to each of your employees. Provide the content that is relevant to the user to perform their role in the organization, and exclude information that is not relevant.

  11. Adapt to the new ways people communicate.

    By integrating today's social media platforms, including YouTube, WebEx and Facebook. You can integrate today's culture of communication with the way your organization does business.

  12. Enable the creation of community.

    Users can share and collaborate by being given the ability to define a destination that is focused by topic, function or task. Users can view the communities other users belong to, and decide to join, if allowed. You can also allow partners, customers and others outside the organization to join your communities.