Valrico, FL, July 16, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- More and more businesses now offer their employees and partners remote access to their corporate intranet or extranet via a web browser, but the default screens of the powerful Citrix and Microsoft web access products they use remain drab and default. Techstur.com's Custom Interface Design for Citrix and Microsoft applications—such as Citrix Web Interface, Microsoft Outlook Web Access and several others—uses the client’s logo and branding elements to make those interface screens look and work better.
How does it work? Techstur.com has the ability to go beyond the basic out-of-the-box default interface and modify its web access screens in ways that the end-user usually can’t—giving your Citrix or Microsoft Web Interface the look and feel of your company’s intranet or extranet, and sometimes also including helpful modifications to make tech support faster and easier.
“The end result is a Web Access Interface site that’s more user-friendly and meshes seamlessly with your existing corporate website,” says Jesse Boehm, co-founder of Techstur.com. “Why would you spend money developing your company’s brand, and then have a web access interface for your clients and staff that looks nothing like your company?”
Techstur.com is a pioneer in Interface Customization Services. Beginning with Citrix Web Interface, the company quickly developed its service offerings to include a full line of Microsoft and Citrix web access products, such as Microsoft Exchange Outlook Web Access interface, Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services (WSS) 3.0, Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) 2007, Windows 2008 Terminal Server (TS) Web Access, Citrix Access Gateway 4.5 Logon Point interface.
These Citrix and Microsoft web interfaces can be modified to match the look and feel of the client’s main website, intranet or extranet, incorporating branding elements such as logo and color scheme and company contact information. In addition, Techstur.com has developed an exclusive forms based authentication screen for TS Web Access—a company-branded, secure and attractive alternative to the default popup credentials window that comes with TS Web Access.
Boehm predicts that he’ll be seeing a lot more requests for Interface Customization as businesses and employees look for more ways to be productive from remote locations.
“The Citrix and Microsoft remote web access technologies we work with are amazing as far as their capabilities,” Boehm says. “Employees can work from home or on the road, accessing company resources as easily as they do at their office desktop. Clients and B2B partners can easily login and access applications and information in a secure environment. These remote web access products are a vital part of many businesses today, and we think they should look like it!”