Portal System 2019-09-05T16:09:39+07:00

Renotech Portal System (RPoS)

Portal application software with single sign—on (SSO) access management. Portal system is a doorway application that allows user connects to other systems. Single sign—on permits user to use one time authentication (with single ID and password) to enter multiple systems.
RPoS utilize the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP). With LDAP, information of entire organization can be consolidated into one central repository which is accessible from anywhere on the network.

Did You Know ?

“It removes the need to ever have to type a username or password again. Saving your time from things you have to do, to the stuff you want to do.” – Erick Tseng (Head of Facebook’s Mobile Platform Team)




  • Reduced time and simplified authorization can help increase productivity.
  • Login once, access everywhere.


  • User passwords are not stored or managed externally. Therefore, it can improve security from 3rd party sites (limits the possibility of pishing).
  • Helpful for logging user activities as well as monitoring user accounts.



section management
Section Management
Used to manage session per user. When a user logs in and is successfully authenticated, the user is assigned to a session. Session data structure stores maximum idle time, maximum user in session and other session attributes.
user management
User Management
Creates and manages login credentials for each user. You can also limit the accounts that each and every user can access, together with the available functionality.
role management
Role Management
Lets you treat group of users as a unit by assigning users to roles such as manager, sales, employee, and so on. After you have established the roles, you can create access rules in your application. You can grant user access to the role and then just add and remove users from that role as users sign up or quit their membership.
System Management
System Management
Helps you manage application software in your organization. With System Management, you can identity your application software which can be accessed through single sign on. System Management stored information about the system such as description, installation location, and which role can access the application software.
rpos access to other system
Single Sign-On (SSO)
Allows users to move between systems securely and uninterrupted without the need to specify their credentials each time. SSO effectively joins these individual system into portal and removes the systems boundaries — switching from one application software to the next seamlessly.
ldap repository
LDAP Repository
Information for the entire organization can be consolidated into a central repository. Rather than managing user lists for each group within an organization, LDAP can be used as a central directory accessible from anywhere on the network.
Because LDAP supports Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) and Transport Layer Security (TLS), sensitive data can be protected from prying eyes. LDAP also supports a number of back—end databases to store directories. This allows administrators the flexibility to deploy the database best suited for the type of a information the server is to disseminate.
LDAP also has a well-defined Application Programming Interface (API) client. The number of LDAP-enabled application software are numerous and increasing in quantity and quality.