Market developments, the creation of new services or products and the introduction of new technologies are some of the reasons leading organisations to question the relevance and versatility of their IT system. This is often a product of the past, of organisational changes, mergers or acquisitions that have led to a juxtaposition of heterogeneous environments that are unable to communicate with one another.
Another form of integration involves a homogeneous user interface for various technology applications using different transactional modes.
The solution often takes the form of an Intranet, offering a homogeneous, powerful and easy-to-use user environment.
- Simplifying the information exchange flow
- Standardised access portals to heterogeneous applications
- Improved ease of use and user productivity
- Service Oriented Architectures
- Web Services
Content Management and Collaboration Tools
Optimising business processes, facilitating access, sharing and publishing information, promoting project-based working and improving relationships with clients, suppliers, partners and employees – plenty of reasons that speak for the use of content and procedure management solutions.
It is a question of being competitive, responsive and secure and creating value.
Initially being developed in separate environments, collaboration and content management tools have been converging.
These solutions support corporate processes and procedures, improving their productivity and security. In addition, they promote innovation and institutional knowledge capitalisation when linked to a Knowledge Management Base.
- Documenting Processes and Procedures
- Productivity, Security and Process Optimisation
- Teamwork and remote knowledge sharing
- Electronic document management
- Selection and implementation of procedure documentation,
Workflow, DMS (Document Management Systems) and content management packages
- Solutions for monitoring technology, competition and finance
- Knowledge Management Solutions
- Multi-lingual content management
Enterprise Management Portals
The emergence of new technologies and organisations opening themselves up to the outside world give new user groups access to your organisation’s information systems.
The concept of extended enterprise means that your systems contribute to a community of which your customers’ users and applications are a part. In order to establish a secure one-to-one relationship with each one, accessing your information systems’ resources must be individually customisable.
Treenity Solutions offers solutions enabling the creation of dedicated portals for client acquisition and loyalty, setting up databases, optimising communication between partners and establishing information communities and dialogue with the different stakeholders inside the company.
This will put you in the best position to know the profiles, needs and wants of each user group, anticipate their expectations and continually customise your solutions.
- Customer Relationship Management
- Supplier and Partner Relations
- Employee Relations
- Secure information portals
- Communication: Publication or provision of
content on the Internet, Intranet and Extranet