Effective Implementation of Portals: Best Practice Model

Abdullah S. Al-Mudimigh, Zahid Ullah


Portals are the gateways that integrate the information from different sources in a single window and provide it
to the end users. Portal implementation is a very intricate job as it requires a significant amount of resources and
knowledge to invest. However portals have the ability to improve the status and ranking of an enterprise to the
best of the customer satisfaction and employees moral. On the basis of these motivations we have proposed a
model for the complete implementation and services delivery of portals. The model has two parts that describe
the overall performance and the entire framework of the portal implementation. Finally the proposed model is an
iterative model that can proudly accept changes at any stage of its implementation.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5539/ijbm.v6n2p46

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