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WEB APPLICATIONS WEBSITES CONTENT MANAGEMENT GRAPHIC DESIGN SYSTEMS

    Web and Mobile Systems:

  • Online Ordering System
    • Place orders
    • Check order status
    • Confirm emails
    • Monitor inventory control


  • Timesheet System
    • Monitor employees
    • Create project budgets
    • Speed your payroll process
    • Control expenses
    • Bill clients accurately

The Role of Intranets

An Intranet is a private computer network that uses Web technologies to securely share parts of the organization's information or operational systems with its employees. Intranets are much more than a basic host for the company's electronic phone book and human resource manuals - though these components remain critically important. Today, they are having a growing strategic role at companies in supporting work processes. Intranets differ from Extranets in that the former are generally restricted to employees of the organization, while Extranets may also be accessed by customers, suppliers or other approved business partners. 

Extranets Give Corporations a Competitive Edge

Extranets are essentially Web-enabled closed-loop networks within a corporation. An Extranet can add significant value to corporations and small businesses by facilitating more effective communication and collaboration with clients, customers and partners by extending the network access to customers and partners, with special provisions for access, authorization, authentication and permission. Extranets allow customers and company partners to access information, place orders and perform simple online transactions. When properly implemented, Extranets can give corporations and small businesses an edge over the competition, saving them money by streamlining traditional business functions and cutting overhead costs.