When you are running a business, the last thing you want is to force your employees to waste their time and yours on questions that could be easily answered if only you had the technology to put that information at their fingertips. With an online benefits portal, you get just that: a single place where your employees can access all of their benefits information and make the best decisions for their benefits, all without having to bother you or your HR department. Many insurance companies are now offering portals like this to their clients and making the complicated process of figuring out healthcare benefits a much easier task.
Outside Looking In
I was minding my own business as usual on Facebook (liking every random comment and reading every link) and then I saw an advert on my side bar for an online classifieds portal called dealfish.co.ug. I clicked on the link and it took me to the site which said I could post a free advert. I immediately created an advert for this website. I got an error message: “Sorry www website addresses are not allowed.” I was very upset and sent an email to them querying this and they told me they don’t accept the classified adverts to include a web address reference. Well unlucky for them, I discovered Kampala mart.com It’s when I realised that finally the internet revolution is taking place in Uganda. Online classified portals like eBay.com and gumtree.com, the largest in the UK have been around for some time. In Uganda, these are starting to take off big time because of two very important things:
“Making a business grow is always needed by an employer and if it comes into restaurants, then this zeal automatically increases due to the high competition. For parting the gap of success and failure, Restaurant listing portals are a great option. To grow and earn customers via this, makes you feel happy.”