Viador Offers Secure Data Sharing

Share this article:
Viador Inc., Mountain View, CA, this week announced E-Portal Express, a Web-based interface system that allows companies to share information securely with suppliers, customers and partners.


The system allows two or more users at different computers to see the same information as they communicate about business or marketing projects.


E-Portal Express is an enhanced version of Viador's E-Portal Framework, which combines e-commerce applications such as HTML page layout and business alerts as well as content-based searching.


Express performs those duties plus the following applications:


• The system allows for quick development of pages with multiple design features over slow or fast networks and modem connections, according to the firm.


• It allows Web developers to tailor sites for online work groups, including secured sign-on to Web servers, public Web sites, software systems and other applications.


• The system can be used with document management systems such as Lotus Notes, Microsoft Exchange, Documentum, FileNet and OpenText LiveLink.


Viador said the E-Portal Express was designed to easily plug into a firm's software architecture. The system is available as part of Viador's Millennium Solutions Pack, which starts at $50,000.


Visit www.viador.com for more information.
Share this article:
close

Next Article in Digital Marketing

Follow us on Twitter @dmnews

Latest Jobs:

Featured Listings

More in Digital Marketing

Good Descriptions Rate More Than Good Reviews

Good Descriptions Rate More Than Good Reviews

Price still rules as an online purchase influencer, says a new survey, but basic brand assets should not be ignored in online product presentations.

For CMOs, A Tale of Two Situations

For CMOs, A Tale of Two Situations

A survey of 525 chief marketers finds them voyaging between digital discovery and digital deliverance, riding out turbulent trends to positions of newfound respect.

Is Native Advertising an Evolution or a Mutation?

Is Native Advertising an Evolution or a Mutation?

Was there truth to John Oliver's rant or was the comedic host unfair in his admonishments?