To Intranet or not to Intranet

Web Portals, File Portals, Extranets, File Management systems, Intranets – Whatever your organisation calls them, everyone sizeable business should have one. If your business has employees which need to access content from different offices or locations and work with clients all over the world, an Intranet should be essential for your business.

To Intranet or not to Intranet

Jun 15, 2014

Web Portals, File Portals, Extranets, File Management systems, Intranets – Whatever your organisation calls them, everyone sizeable business should have one.

If your business has employees which need to access content from different offices or locations and work with clients all over the world, an Intranet should be essential for your business.

An Intranet / Extranet is a system which enables a business to securely place all your documents, forms, client details, company contacts, company news, events and notices in one centralized location. Every member of staff can login to the system and access information quickly, efficiently and safely.

Intranet/Extranet systems from Carr Design are built using modules meaning they can be as simple or as complex as the requirement. If you have an existing Microsoft Excel spreadsheets which manages areas of your business for example, these could be converted to enable simple data entry and management for all users via one of our custom modules.

If you wish to discuss your Intranet requirements, please contact 0121 240 1714 and speak with one of our team. Check our Client Testimonials for more information and also be sure to visit our portfolio.



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