The iPortalis Control Portal
A provisioning and management control portal for cloud and on-premise products
services being utilised within the iCP
Audit: Understand your hybrid estate
Report: Access vital information that allows you to assess your business
Consolidate: Optimize operations, costs and improve user satisfaction
Deploy: Implement changes with a predictable, well managed plan
Evolve: Add, change and delete at speed, with complete control to meet the needs of your business
One time charges, recurring charges, automatic tariff checking with de-duplication of services, supply chain credit requests, cost centre and budget management, all included.
Companies can be invoiced in whichever currency they choose, and then are billed based on that currency. All bills are presented in the native currency and at the pricing set within the iCP.
The entire system is SQL based, so adding new languages, or customizing for specific cultures is fast and easy. Clients can choose what languages they support and turn on or off languages at any time. The iCP auto senses users’ culture, and selects the correct language and currency. Bespoke requirements can be translated into any language in just a week.
Using our web service, you can pull data out of the iCP and into a third party system (such as a third party billing system) or send data to the iCP from third party systems (if, for example, clients use their own portal for provisioning users). Anything in the iCP can be provisioned with just a single web service call.
Our Active Directory synchronization system will pull any remote AD system into the hosting system, syncing any changes, updates, adds, deletions, as well as password changes. Clients decide how often the sync occurs, e.g. every 5 minutes, or every 24 hours.
Clients can control and view a wide range of server types including Exchange Stores, Public folder Stores, Blackberry Servers, Offline Address Book Servers, Skype for Business Pools, CRM pools, Unified Messaging Servers, File Servers
All events and user changes (whether they are made by a user or the domain administrator) are tracked by the audit system and controlled by Enterprise IT administrators.