AuraPortal, a global provider of Business Process Management (BPM) delivering a solution that creates, without the need of IT programming, Business Process Workflow Execution Models, has announced the availability of a free Webinar on July 19th at 10 a.m. (EST).
According to the company, the Webinar will discuss Process Automation with BPMS, offering insight into automating management through processes using a next-generation BPM Suite with the goal of maximizing time, savings and costs, while at the same time, providing security in the execution of business processes.
An objective of the Webinar is to show the range of the activities that can be executed directly by the system through the process engines, without human intervention. These actions can have a tremendous impact on company management.
According to AuraPortal, the most important facets and practices of BPMS will be revealed during the Webinar, with two perspectives:
Theoretical view of the concepts presented in the agenda.
Practical view through a real exercise illustrating the features of the AuraPortal application, as a prime example of innovation in the world of BPM.
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