Building a customer portal can be tricky. In the heat of the dot com bubble, I was a consultant working on the telstra.com team – Telstra’s first shot at a one-stop-shop for customers. I was working for Accenture at the time as a Manager in the UAT team. It was a goliath of a project, with SSO being a major part of that.
Power Pages has been in general release since Oct 22, and provides simple way of providing portal experience, and is the revamped version of the old Power Portals. It’s a low-code way of opening up your organisation to the world in a really secure way. Pricing starts at $5 an authenticated user (based on unique Dataverse contact IDs) and $0.40 per anonymous user (based on cookie ID) per month – colume discounts apply. Spin up a free trial (up to 60 days with an extension) here. Most impressive is the Building Permit application template – a fully fledged application portal complete with workflow that ready to go OOTB. And its data is saved in the Dataverse ready to be consumed by other apps!
I was a big fan of Dr Who when I was a kid, and I guess I am still now – worlds of possibility visited via the TARDIS. That’s what a portal is supposed to be I think – a window into another world. Tom Baker was the best Doctor – feel free to debate me on that one.
Across the Industry
Watch an on demand webinar on security
Acess a digital transformation conference
Attend free webinars on record keeping for small businesses by ASIC
Recent Government Tenders
Tasmanian Government Tenders: Electronic Meal Management System (DOH-6011) (Australian Tenders)
City of Tea Tree Gully: Provision and installation of a continuous monitoring tool for security compliance (SA Tenders and Contracts)
BlueScope streamlines business with a cloud-based Enterprise resource planning (ERP) system
Read about the evolving role of IT solutions providers
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