Your internal network is where all your major work is done.
Your staff relay information, check stock, arrange engineers, pay wages, transfer funds and chase suppliers.
All of these functions are often carried out by different programs, meaning staff sometimes have to keep switching back and forth in order to carry out a simple task.
Yet most of these programs will be running on a database of some format. This data can be accessed and brought together within a single Web Application, often refered to as an intranet or internal network system, (INS).