Everyone is familiar with most of today’s most popular web portals, sites like Google, Yahoo, Facebook, YouTube and Wikipedia. The news portals, including CNN, MSNBC, Fox News, the Huffington Post and the Drudge Report are also among the most visited sites. They bring together everything from hard news, to stock reports, to sports results, entertainment, opinion and weather forecasts.
Each day, web portals capture and compile much of the information we want and use most often from diverse sources and sites all over the Web. By bringing together and organizing this information from multiple sources for us, we are able to avoid surfing from site to site. Web portals make it easy for us to locate the data, news and knowledge that we need to be most efficient in our daily lives.
Well, web portals for businesses or organizations can accomplish the same thing. Portals can be an especially effective tool for networking, sharing information and conducting transactions with your customers, constituents, partners and vendors. By bringing together the facts, figures and knowledge they need, you make it easier for them to listen to what you have to say and buy from you.
As an added benefit, your portal allows you to become an authority in the field of your focus, be it soaps and scents, wine, health and beauty aids, industrial products, specialty foods or any of thousands of industries. After all, what are popular sites like Amazon or Shop.com but web portals?
CBS Systems has a web portal approach can be tailored for use in almost any industry or product category. Products from a variety of manufacturers can be displayed with or without pricing. Here are a couple examples of portals that CBS has designed recently:
If you would like your company or organization to become a sought-after hub of information and commerce for your field or industry, maybe a portal approach is right for you. Why not give us a call, and we would be glad to discuss the possibilities and costs with you?