The San Buenaventura University in Medellin will access the AuraPortal Business Process Management Platform through the AuraPortal BPMClassroom, both for teaching purposes and for the theoretical and practical dissemination of the business environment’s adaption to BPM technology.
AURA has announced the signing of a comprehensive technological cooperation agreement between the Rector of the San Buenaventura University in Medellin (Colombia), Fray José Wilson Téllez Casas, AuraPortal (*) and Advisory & Consulting (AuraPortal partner in Colombia). This agreement will give students the opportunity to learn, theoretically and practically, about the areas, specialties and skills related to: Knowledge Management, Business Process Management (BPM), Document Management, Regulations Management, Internet Business Management, Intranet/Extranet Collaboration Platforms, etc.
(*) AuraPortal has been distinguished with advantage over its competitors by Ovum in the Decision Matrix report and by other renowned analyst firms.
The space known as BPMClassroom represents the technology proposal that AuraPortal makes to knowledge dissemination centers (Universities, Business Schools, Polytechnics, etc.) for them to incorporate its innovative Business Process Management (BPM) Platform in their classrooms to be used to support the practices and simulations performed by students.
The main goal is for students who take courses related to business management to learn about the types of tool being used in real business environments. They will be able to recreate as many scenarios as necessary, putting into practice the knowledge acquired and giving them a clear view of the most current IT solutions applied in real situations.
ABOUT San Buenaventura University, Medellin
The San Buenaventura University is a Higher Education institution that develops and provides high quality services. It affirms its identity on the confluence of three substantial dimensions: its university, catholic and Franciscan core. Many academic programs are offered from its centers in Bogota, Medellin, Cali and Cartagena, including undergraduate programs, technical and technological training, masters, specializations, degrees and doctorates.