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November 25, 2010

AuraPortal unveils new approach to evaluate BPMS software

Uses real-life examples for evaluating BPM offerings

By CBR Staff Writer

AuraPortal, a provider of Business Process Management (BPM) software, has unveiled a new approach to evaluating BPM suite software through an offer to build a real-life, executable business process case example that is specific to the company evaluating BPM software.

Aura provides a sample of a focused and complex business process that can demonstrate the Aura capabilities using a real-life example from the company evaluating BPM offeings.

Companies are asked to select a focused process, not just an approval circuit: like a process with human and system tasks, exception events, looping flow threads, handling multi-register data with complex automatic treatments for each register and the seamless integration of independent sets of business rules that can be changed any time without touching the process model.

It also include documents automatically constructed that reshape themselves according to the changing data and situation, with automatic insertion digital signatures.

The process might also include the participation of employees, users, and/or suppliers as process task performers.

AuraPortal general manager Scott Rich said during the process of evaluating software such as BPM, most companies find it hard to relate to a product such as this at first.

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"However, once we are able to present it in the context of a real-life example, and one they are familiar with, the company can immediately see what the AuraPortal BPMS platform can do, and how deep it can go," Scott said.

"Because there is no programming involved, we can build a process model in a matter of hours or days. This also helps to demonstrate the speed with which the AuraPortal BPMS can respond to new business process initiatives."

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