Different companies find different needs for web portals, and it’s often advantageous to have more than one. For example, a university might have one portal that students can log into to register for classes or buy a dining plan, while the school might host a separate, secured portal for faculty members to manage attendance, enroll in online professional development, submit grades, etc.
In the private sector, businesses often create a web portal for their employees as a sort of intranet, to manage workflow, scheduling, contact information, human resources affairs, document management and even email.
Web portals are also used as the basis for community based websites and news publishing organizations. These rich content based websites provide many features, allowing you to effectively manage all the tasks associated with being an online publisher or content aggregator.
Web portals provide an organized structure for your content, allowing you to effectively engage website visitors in the most compelling way. Your unique content keeps them coming back. Visitors can be engaged with blogs, commenting, social media, polls, surveys, email marketing, guest bloggers, etc. The great thing about web portals is that they are easy to manage once setup properly and give you the ability to rapidly publish content.
There’s literally no limit to what we can do with web portal development.