Web Portal and Its Application in 5 Major Industries

When you Google ‘What is a portal?’, it says that it’s a gateway or a door. But it also says that it’s a website or a webpage providing access to other sites.

In other words, it gives a limited amount of access to a specific group of people. The extent and type of access varies from industry to industry. Just as a door is customizable, you can approach a custom portal development company for a custom web portal crafted according to your specific needs.

An online portal is an individual key to a particular part of a mammoth database. The individuals with access can edit only certain parts of this vast interconnected data. Portals can be convenient in a number of industries.

Education Industry:

An educational institute has a central database with information about the teaching staff, the administrative staff as well as the students. An educational web portal could give access to all of these people to assist them in their jobs.

Medical Industry:

A medical portal can make a huge difference in the workings of a hospital. All the patient data stored in a CRM will be made smartly accessible to doctors in order to provide access to their patients.

Other Use Cases:

Streamlined Transplant & Transfusion Process: A medical portal can also make organ transplant or blood transfusion process more efficient. All of the patient’s details are available to the hospital so they can match blood types and match organs to recipients in a timely manner.

External Collaboration: Hospitals have to collaborate with governmental authorities, blood banks, and organ transplant authorities. When each patient file is in the database with their blood types and organ donation details, it will streamline the process and benefits, for both the patient as well as the concerned organizations.

Pharma Industry:

In the pharmaceutical industry, a web portal solutions is a great way to keep track of each patient’s medical history. A pharmacist can fill prescriptions accordingly. The patient can also put in an order for their medicines according to their prescriptions.

Banking Industry:

A bank has complicated, sensitive database. This portal can give access to clients to their bank accounts in a secure manner so that they can carry out transactions from anywhere in the world without having to go to a bank.

Banking portal for companies:

Not all clients that a bank has are individuals. Banks have salary accounts of many employees of various companies varying in scale. A banking portal for a company gives them access to transfer the right amount of salary into each employee’s account without making errors.

Trading Industry:

These portals deal with extremely sensitive data. The forex trading portal maintains the client’s portfolio of currencies that they own. A trading web portal also lets you buy and sell currencies. The easy buying and selling of currencies comes in handy when you are trying to make transactions in other currencies.

Forex trading accounts or demat accounts are often tied up with banks. So a trading portal integrates with a bank, but with a separate login then that of the net banking service.

Web portals are essential to all these businesses, whether they work in B2B or B2C. Not all portals are the same.

There are a lot of companies that provide portals, and a few of them provide custom portal development solutions. CRMJetty is one such company that provides web portal solutions for all of these industries.

Since web portals function as doors to the connected database, it is vital that they are also secure. As a web portal development company, it is our duty to make sure that all our products provide a secure gateway to your business. Therefore, we store nothing on our servers, and your servers can directly host the portal.

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