Today’s technologies have increased companies’ ability to collaborate – the customer portal is a perfect example of this. They are increasingly popular within companies working with multiple clients thanks to their ability to provide completely secure 24/7 access to collaborative tools using just an internet connection. Customer portals are simple to access but secure. All you need is an internet connection and a web browser.
The security of the information in a client’s customer portal is paramount to us, that’s why we use encryption at rest with SQL Azure. We ensure data is held on mission critical systems which conform to multiple security standards and are locked down from the outside world. The Government, NHS and healthcare, education, financial services and the insurance industry – all of whom require the highest degree of security possible – have trusted us with their data.
There is no right or wrong way to use a customer portal. It’s uses will vary greatly depending on your industry, your organisation and what you’re trying to achieve.Being browser-based, our customer portals work across any platform – from PC to Mac – and can include functionality that gives you the ability to:
As an example, we’ve created customer portals that:
We also regularly integrate customer portals into other software systems we offer, such as web applications and mobile apps.
Furthermore, for clients who have a database that isn’t performing as it should – either due to poor quality software, an unfinished software project, or the developer you were working with having moved on – we can help to fine-tune it. All the databases we create enable you to carry out real-time reporting and data analysis simply and quickly – so our clients can get on with their jobs instead of having to spend hours trying to extract meaningful information.
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