The portals are web-based applications that help the delivery of information, communication, cooperation and process automation by using interconnected applications and web services.
There are two types of portals: Intranet and Extranet. The intranet type is accessible from inside the organization, while the extranet type is accessible from outside the company.

The role of the intranet is to improve the business processes
and to offer the employees the ability to share documents and information upon an easy manner, and to spare time in their daily activity.
The extranet portal is intended to interact with the beneficiaries and the partners of the institution who can access the information required for a good cooperation through an external portal.

The security is ensured by a differentiated management of the access to information, based on the users’ profiles.
Examples showing the use of functionalities of the SharePoint portal:
  • Setting up a common location where the members of a team may store the information of a project that may occur many times during the life of the company.
  • Drawing up reports through which is tracked the efficiency of the acquisition process inside the institution.
  • Drawing up document templates to be used in different processes inside the institution.

Any Microsoft Office Sharepoint Server (MOSS) functionality can be used in portals. Therefore, it is used for:
  • Search
  • Content management and document management
  • Automation of internal processes
  • Cooperation platform
  • Business intelligence solution

Intranet/extranet applications development services offered by CS Vision include:

  • Modelling and development of the data base engine
  • Programming (.net) of custom modules
  • Customization of standard applications
  • Design of the interface of the application and the implementation thereof
  • Content management advice
  • Web-serviced integration
  • Integration with the existing systems of the company
  • Implementation
  • Testing
  • Technical support and evolutionary maintenance
  • Users' training