Intoweb Business creates Intranet systems, Learner Systems, online business applications and Software as a Service applications. Since 1997 Intoweb Business has been creating intranets and business online software as a department of Intoweb Design and became its own company in 2007.
Our aim is to help companies, small and large to improve their business and processes by using an online platform.
Intoweb Business has designed software applications such as process flow management, departmental management & reporting, collaboration, workflows, Human Resource software, Financial software, offering online software systems (modules) for small to large type companies. The online software can be used as standalone modules, or as part of a greater intranet specific to your company needs. Intranet Modules are linked together to complement the solution The Intranet's modular based software improves productivity of companies by streamlining processes, recording and creating easy- to-use software to do the paperwork. Colourful graphical interfaces have been developed to make the system pleasant to use.
Each Intranet module can be a standalone system or integrate with all of the other Intranet modules on the system. For example, the Leave Management software can integrate with the Human Resources software module and Payroll. Modules can be added at any time as needed, and it is not necessary to buy an Intranet complete with all modules.
Software licences are according to the package type, and either monthly as a Software as a Service package (SAAS) with ad hoc support/training, or as a yearly licence with monthly support and customisation.
The Business Analysts of Intoweb specialise in spending time with our clients and getting a thorough understanding of the software package you are needing. From financial systems to HR solutions and in-house training systems. Once a good understanding has been reached of how the company operates, Intoweb will bring forth a proposal of the business analysis that was done and work with the company in improving systems and automating processes to ensure optimum functionality and productivity within the company.
A full range of Intranet products have been developed for clients based on different company needs and installed at some of our corporate clients. In some cases, a full company analysis of the inner company workings have been conducted and based on the results of the analysis, software was built to suit the particular company needs. There has been Intranets, Product store applications, Integration Systems, Training Systems, Sports Management Systems, Financial Systems, Payroll Systems, Consulting and much more.
What is important when looking at an Intranet software module: Understand what you are needing. Some clients have requested a specific module, and when the needs are analysed it falls into a different category.
It is a journey: The Intoweb staff test and check the software, but the client needs to thoroughly test it during the customisation process. This enables you to find the features, and to ensure the product is exactly what you need. Use the software as much as possible during the testing phase. We are here to help and assist in any way to understand and use the software.
Training my staff: Training is vital to using the products effectively. On completion, you will have training on the software module you have purchased the licence to, at the Intoweb offices and should use this opportunity to train your administrators who will be working with the package.
Change Management in the office - helping my staff to embrace new software: Generally people do not like change, and once they use the software, they find it was easier than they thought. If the leaders in the field use the software, the rest of the staff will follow.
Mobi friendly software: certain intranet modules are mobi friendly, making usage convenient and versatile.
The Intranet software is username and password protected, contains anti-spamming, anti-illegal file uploading, anti-sql injection and other security measures. There are various levels of security rights, according to job description. Information is stored on secure servers, although some clients use their own secure servers for various reasons.
After quotation, a 50% deposit needs to be paid to start the process of customisation or installation, with the final 50% after completion. Depending on the project, plans are drawn up and can be staggered as necessary for the client.
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