Here at Gatekeeper we are aware that change can be challenging for some users, so to provide some familiarity to them we allow you to customise your Tenant with your own colour scheme and logos as we have found that this helps with user adoption.
This article is intended to highlight the areas you can influence within the main application and the Employee/Vendor Portals. The changes need to be implemented by a Gatekeeper specialist but under your direction.
By providing the Gatekeeper specialist with your HEX colour codes they can ensure that your tenant will match your colour scheme. If you are unsure what a HEX code is don't panic just point the specialist to your website and they can do the rest.
The main menu within the Main application, Employee and Supplier/Vendor/Counterparty can be configured to use the same branding or can be different as they are branded independently. This means the main menu within the Main application could have a different colour scheme to the portals, see below.
If the screen is minimized or the user is viewing the application on a smaller screen such as a tablet than the application is responsive and can use a different logo which is more suitable to that screen size. Similar to the main menu, the logo is also configurable in the portals and can be the same or independent, an example is shown below
There are some areas in the application that are specific to the portals such as the login screen. Again the employee and supplier/vendor/counterparty portals can use the same branding or be different
Below details the areas you can influence
The last area that can be influenced with regards to branding in Gatekeeper is the Logo that displays on reports (shown below). Obviously these can be the same as the logo in the main application, however the flexibility is there to use a different image if you choose