Amity Software Systems Limited, with its team of Software engineers and developers, prepared a comprehensive web portal for the Airports Authority of India (AAI) which went live covering over 125 airports operated by AAI in India.
Amity Software Systems Limited, an established name for developing business-oriented software solutions to automate businesses of various industries and also a trusted SAP ERP implementation partner, is growing progressively in creating major web portals for organisations. One such recent milestone by Amity is where it built an online web portal for none other than the Airports Authority of India.
The Airports Authority of India (or AAI) is a statutory body that works under the Ministry of Civil Aviation, Government of India. Bidding against 50 other organisations in the said domain, the tender was successfully roped in by Amity. After months of hard work and dedication, the web portal went live for the use of public as well as employees of the Airports Authority of India.
Atul Sharma, Consultant – Team Lead, Amity Software explains the features and key highlights of the AAI’s web portal, “The AAI web portal is browser independent, dynamic and CMS based. The team with its superior technical skills has saved several gigabytes of online space and server load. We have integrated all stakeholders viz. public, airports, and employees, into a single web portal. The portal is highly secure as all data transfer takes place over a secure SSL layer and is encrypted to avoid interception.”
The web portal design has kept room for enhancements and improvisations as per the future trends. The team at Amity has worked hard to make the portal dynamic and shows all the updated content as it is updated by the AAI officials and can be easily viewed in all modern-day electronic devices like personal computers, laptops, iPads, etc.
A website portal design, in layman’s terms, is a specifically prepared website whose purpose is to collect data from varying input sources like emails, forms, search engines, etc. uniformly. Every information type has its own area of display and the user can choose which ones to show and which ones to not.