How Corporate Portals are Revolutionizing Business

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Communication; when speaking about any relationship, whether it is personal or professional, good communication is a must. When it comes to corporate business, or any business for that matter whether it be big, small, or just starting out, it can make or break productivity and cause a loss of precious revenue. One of the most innovative technologies to come along in a while, corporate portals, is helping to streamline business, improve employee communication and stop the unnecessary loss of that all important revenue.

 By integrating a corporate portal into your already existing website, you can keep track of everything and everyone that has to do with your business. In fact, “some have gone so far as to call corporate portals the next generation of computing, saying that portals will do for global knowledge-work what the railroad did for the industrial revolution,” according to Information Week Online. The idea is that the corporate portal can automate all your company’s information in one central location on your website, thereby, reducing the amount of redundancy and miscommunication that can wreak havoc with the way you do business. Ok, so now we have an idea of why corporate portals are so important, but what are they exactly and how do they work?

Simply put, a corporate portal is like having the files of every office in your company located in one central location on your website. Moreover, there are software companies that can personalize the portal they are building for you to have separate pages for each employee. This allows the employee to stay on top of the work they have been assigned as well as keep the boss updated on what stage the employee is at on any given task. But there is much more to it than that. As we have come to see, many businesses are going paperless. Doing away with the extreme amount of wasted paper not only saves a company money, but as an extra-added bonus, helps protect the environment. For example, all those forms and contracts that need to be filled out can be accessed on the corporate portal and forwarded to whoever is in charge of organizing them. This would be a good example of a task page for the HR department. Corporate portals can also prevent the loss of valued customers.

Streamlining communication through corporate portals helps everybody in the company keep track of what their customer’s needs are. As any business person will tell you, their company’s survival rests on the attention they give their clients. Imagine missing an appointment because their message got lost; when you have one location to organize all the pertinent information, you are much less likely to run into this type of problem, because as workers move from task to task, job to job, and company to company, their basic work context travels with them. These are just a few examples of how valuable and asset corporate portals can be. The bottom line is that you want to ensure you hire a company that will work with you to design the program that works best for you business. Forget the canned software that’s out there; their limited, complicated and don’t give you the personal attention you need to take advantage of all the different aspects a corporate portal can provide.

The internet has made our lives much easier, and the exciting part is that it is constantly growing and revolutionizing the way we live and do business. In fact, it won’t be long before you can become even more mobile, as new technology will soon bring corporate portals to the iPhone. If you want to increase productivity, generate more revenue and improve your company’s culture through better communication, a corporate portal is something you should look into.

     

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