Web Portal

A web portal is a secure web-based platform that provides access to a wide range of functionality and content through an easy-to-use interface. UX/UI design, web and mobile development, integrations, embedded analytics, testing, security, and continuous support are all part of Peafowlsoft’s web portal development services.

We Develop Web Portals

An established web portal development company, Peafowlsoft can help you create a web portal of any type to cover specific needs in engaging with your audience, be it your customers, partners, or employees.

Self-service portals

Portals for self-service

A self-service portal collects information on products, services, or corporate information and allows users to request information, activate / deactivate services, and schedule them. Customer self-service portals, employee self-service portals, and government service portals are the most common types of service portals.

Portals for employee self-service
A secure platform for employees to submit and manage requests for HR, IT, and facility-related services, as well as access structured corporate data, is an employee self-service portal (ESS portal). The ESS portal is frequently integrated into a larger HR portal.

Portals for customers
A customer self-service portal provides information and resources to customers to assist them in requesting services, locating information, and resolving service/product-related issues. Browse our sample B2B customer portal for a furniture manufacturer to get a better understanding of customer portals.

Patient portals

Patient portals

A patient portal gives patients secure access to their personal health information (PHI), allows them to self-schedule appointments, and allows them to communicate with doctors or nurses in between visits. Peafowlsoft provides HIPAA- and FDA-compliant patient portals, as well as telehealth functionality and integration with EHR, CRM, call centre software, practise management systems, and other systems.

Ecommerce portals

Ecommerce portals (B2C and B2B)

An ecommerce portal facilitates buyer-seller transactions as well as communication between a company and its customers (B2C ecommerce portals) or other companies (B2B ecommerce portals).

Vendor portals

Vendor portals

A vendor portal collects and organises all supplier-related data and offers rich functionality to enable buyers to communicate with vendors in a timely, smooth, and effective manner. Our team creates vendor portals for manufacturers, non-manufacturers (banks, educational institutions, and government agencies), and group purchasing organisations (GPO). Check out our vendor portal demo for a F&B manufacturing company to learn more about the key features of vendor portals.

eLearning portals

eLearning portals

An eLearning portal is a gateway that directs users to a variety of learning materials (such as documents, videos, presentations, and interactive training materials) and is frequently built on top of an LMS or intranet. Peafowlsoft develops learning portals for training providers and end users, whether they are businesses or individual students.

Community portals

Community portals

A community portal enables people with similar interests to form collaborative relationships and share their knowledge and ideas. We create structured community portals with user-friendly interfaces and a diverse set of social features such as chat, forums, blogs, events, media file support, and more.

Partner portals

Partner portals

A partner portal is a tool used by companies that sell through indirect sales channels to manage partner relationships and encourage partners to sell more. Our experts create partner portals with extensive functionality, such as aggregated marketing and sales data, configurators, calculators, inventory, order status checking, learning and training, and advanced analytics.

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The Significant Differences Between Web Portals and Websites

Web Portal

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    The data on the page can be interacted with by users.
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    Portals can have both anonymous public pages and authentication-required pages.
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    Real-time, highly personalized interactions.
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    There are numerous integrations with custom and third-party tools.
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    Updates to portal features and dynamic content are made on a regular basis.

Website

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    Informational (read-only) content that is static.
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    Authentication is not required.
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    Attempts at personalization that are one-size-fits-all.
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    Integration with other systems, such as CRM, ERP, and so on, is uncommon.

We Provide Web Portal Development Services

Peafowlsoft has been providing all-around web portal development services since 2016, from consulting, planning, and design to portal deployment and after-launch support. We comply with HIPAA, GAMP, FDA, PCI DSS, SOC 3, GDPR, and other regulations.

Web portal consulting

Web portal consulting

Our consultants:

  • Identify business and user requirements.
  • Define portal functionality as well as the technology stack.
  • Create a business case.
  • Calculate the portal’s ROI.
  • Create a portal architecture that is high in performance, security, and scalability.
  • Provide UX/UI mock-ups.
  • Provide a project management and implementation scenario, as well as cost and time estimates for the project.

Development of a full-cycle web portal

Our company provides:
  • Consultation and planning for portals.
  • Development of custom and platform-based portals.
  • Development of mobile applications (if required).
  • Third-party system integration.
  • User education.
  • After-launch assistance.
  • Management and evolution of the portal on an ongoing basis (on demand).

Web Portal Costs

Major factors that influence costs of web-based portal development include:

  • The chosen tech stack or platform (and required customizations).
  • The type of mobile experience (PWA, complementing mobile app (iOS/Android/both).
  • The number and complexity of integrations with custom or third-party systems.
  • Number of features.
  • The number of user roles.
  • The complexity of the portal logic.
  • Uniqueness and complexity of portal design.
  • Web portal availability, performance, security, latent capacity and scalability requirements.
  • Required regulatory compliance.
  • Special features required (bank-level transactions, machine learning capabilities, etc.).

Steps for Creating a Web Portal

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Planning a web portal

We begin building a portal by investigating your specific business requirements, taking into account relevant regulatory constraints, gathering and processing the opinions and expectations of project stakeholders, and developing detailed portal requirements and technical specifications.

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Designing a web portal

We design the portal architecture and provide UX/UI designs.

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Web portal development that is iterative

Our web portal developers create and deliver the web portal’s back end, front end, and APIs in rapid iterations, with major releases every 2-4 weeks.

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Integration of a web portal with other software

We integrate the portal with your existing custom or platform-based tools, such as ERP, CRM, PDM, MES, HIE, LMS, and others.

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QA and testing of a web portal

The QA team reviews portal requirements, user stories, and architecture design to ensure high-quality test planning. Then, in parallel with development, our QA team ensures that your web portal runs as planned and meets all set requirements, as well as that your data is secure.

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Setup and deployment of a web portal

We install the portal in your IT environment, train your support team, and provide user guides.

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After-sales assistance

We answer your post-release questions, manage incidents, configuration changes, and updates for 1-3 months.

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Additional web portal administration and monitoring (optional)

We manage web portal performance, troubleshooting, evolution, and change to ensure that your portal is always available and relevant to your needs.

General Advantages of Web Portal Deployment

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    Easy access to real-time information 24 hours a day, seven days a week – all relevant data is collected in one place, conveniently organized, and frequently updated.

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    Enhanced visibility of transactional information.
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    Improved customer, vendor, employee, patient, etc. experiences.
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    Streamlined communication between the parties involved – plenty of functionality to facilitate communication, such as forums, blogs, quick messages, live chats, and so on.

Make Your Portal from A to Z All Under One Roof

Consulting, branding and UX/UI design, web and mobile development, integrations, data analytics, testing, security, continuous support, and evolution are all covered.

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    The prototype will take between 2 and 8 weeks to complete.
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    The first working portal version will take 3–4 months.

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