A web portal is a secure web-based platform that gives access to varied functionality and content via an easy-to-navigate interface.
Regami, with its team of developers, offers web portal solutions that encompasses consultation, UX/UI design, web and mobile development, integrations, analytics, testing and continuous support.
To start with, we would like to stress on the differences between web portals and websites. They are 2 very different solutions.
Users can interact with the data on the page.
Portals can have both anonymous public pages and pages that require authentication.
Real-time, highly personalized experiences.
Multiple integrations with custom and third-party tools.
Frequent portal features updates and dynamic content changes.
Static, informational (read-only) content.
Authentication is not obligatory.
One-size-fits-all attempts at personalization.
Rarely integrated with other systems, such as CRM, ERP, etc.
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Story about solutions we deliver
Web Portals we deliver
A self-service portal aggregates information on products, services or corporate information and allows users to request information, activate / de-activate and schedule services. The common types of service portals are customer self-service portals, employee self-service portals and government service portals. the main types of self-service portals:
Employee self-service portals - An employee self-service portal (ESS portal) is a secure platform for employees to submit and manage requests for HR, IT, and facility-related services, as well as access structured corporate data. The ESS portal often is a part of a larger HR portal.
Customer Portals - A customer self-service portal offers information and resources to help customers request services, find information, and solve service/product-related problems
A patient portal provides patients with secure access to their personal health information (PHI), enables self-scheduling for appointments and helps patients communicate with doctors or nurses between visits. Regami has the expertise to deliver HIPAA- and FDA-compliant patient portals, empowers them with telehealth functionality, and integrates with EHR, CRM, call center software, practice management systems, etc.
A vendor portal aggregates and organizes all supplier-related data and provides rich functionality for buyers’ quick, smooth and effective communication with vendors. Our team builds vendor portals for manufacturers, non-manufactures (banks, education establishments, government institutions) and group purchasing organizations (GPO).
An eLearning portal is a gateway that guides users to a variety of learning materials (including documents, videos, presentations, interactive training materials) and often sits on top of an LMS or an intranet. Regami has the experience with creating learning portals to train providers and end customers, be they businesses or individual learners.
A partner portal is a tool for businesses that sell via indirect sales channels to manage partner relations and encourage partners to sell more. Our experts build partner portals with comprehensive functionality – aggregated marketing and sales information, configurators, calculators, inventory, order status checking, learning and training, advanced analytics.
A community portal helps people with similar interests to build collaborative relationships and exchange experience and ideas. We build structured community portals with user-friendly interfaces and a rich array of social functionality, including chat, forums, blogs, events, media files support, and more.
Factors impacting web portal costs
Major factors that influence costs of web-based portal development comprises of:
The chosen tech stack or platform (and required customizations).
The type of mobile experience (PWA, complementing mobile app (iOS/Android/both).
Number of features.
The number of user roles.
The number and complexity of integrations with custom or third-party systems.
The complexity of the portal logic.
Uniqueness and complexity of portal design.
Web portal availability, performance, security, latent capacity and scalability requirements.
Required regulatory compliance.
Special features required (bank-level transactions, machine learning capabilities, etc.).
Our web portal development approach :
Web portal planning:
We start building a portal with exploring your specific business needs, considering relevant regulatory constraints, gathering and processing opinions and expectations of project stakeholders and drawing up detailed portal requirements and tech specifications..
Web portal designing:
We carefully create the portal architecture design and deliver UX/UI designs.
Interactive web portal development:
Our web portal developers build and deliver the web portal back end, front end and APIs in quick iterations with major releases at short intervals.
Web portal integration with other software:
We integrate the portal with custom-made or platform-based tools you already use, including ERP, CRM, PDM, MES, HIE, LMS, and more.
Web portal QA and testing:
For high-quality test planning, the QA team reviews portal requirements and user stories, and architecture design. Then, in parallel with development, our QA team verifies that your web portal runs as planned and complies with all set requirements and checks the security of your data. Wherever reasonable, we employ test automation to decrease testing time and costs.
Web portal deployment and setup:
We get the portal running in your IT environment, train your support team if needed and provide user guides.
For 60-90 days, we answer your after-release questions, manage incidents, configuration changes and updates.