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AuraPortal Offers BPM Muscle with Content Management Module

March 10, 2011 No Comments

While many business process management systems contain to some degree or other content management capabilities, the release of a content management module from AuraPortal (news, site) offers enterprises content management capabilities that can be monitored and controlled from the core web-based BPM platform.

While we have seen over the past year how a number of BPM providers have been steadily building up the content management capabilities of their principal suites, this is the first time, AuraPortal says, that the content management module is a separate but integrated module, giving it a flexibility that it might not have otherwise.

AuraPortal’s Content Management Module

With this, AuraPortal can offer companies a list of enterprise applications that includes document management, customer relationship management, business rules software and, of course, BPM.

As a result, enterprises will be able to deploy the software they need under one umbrella, while the content module offers them the ability to customize content-centric tasks that can then be automated through the BPM module.
It will also be able to monitor content activity and how that content behaves — not just in the BPM module where it is being used to create processes, but also how that content is being used and applied in the other modules.

AuraPortal, Module Integration

The starting point for this, says Pablo Trilles, AuraPortal vice president, was the idea to create a system with an integrated document management and content management system so enterprises would not have to go to other vendors or products to flesh out their systems.

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