In 2005 PEMEX purchased AuraPortal software to automate the strategic processes of its Exploitation and Production division. Then in 2007, PEMEX also decided to install AuraPortal for its Corporate Administrative Processes. PEMEX has been using the AuraPortal BPM Suite for years now on a large scale and with complete satisfaction.
Although AuraPortal is present in other PEMEX divisions, this Case Study refers to implementation in the PEMEX Exploration and Production Division. On a global level, PEMEX Exploration and Production occupies third place in terms of crude oil production, first place in offshore hydrocarbon production, ninth place in oil reserves and twelfth in revenues.
Having decided that the solution was to automate their business processes, PEMEX Exploration and Production carried out an evaluation of several of the most prestigious BPM Suites in the market.
Ability to house the entire Corporate Document Management, which enables the complete automation of the four Document Management pillars: Capture, Creation, Flow and Access to documents.
AuraPortal provides tremendous agility in decision making.
Including the integration with other institutional systems using Web Services and the AuraPortal Adapter Server.
AuraPortal BPMS solution included many predefined business processes and enabled the creation of new models without the need for IT programming resulting in considerably reduced implementation times.
“In my opinion, AuraPortal is better than the BPM Suites offered by the other big software companies. Others enslave the user, but AuraPortal does not. Everything can be changed overnight if you wish, with no stress whatsoever."
“With AuraPortal we simultaneously perform thousands of proceedings, thousands of processes and create thousands of documents, all completely integrated in the system. Also, it's a software open to the instantaneous changes of the proceedings, formats, reports, etc., regardless of the company type.”
PEMEX Petróleos Mexicanos (Mexican Petroleum) is the largest company in Latin America, with 150,000 employees, and ranked number 31 out of the largest companies worldwide.
Largest company in Latin America.
Ranked number 31 out of the largest companies worldwide.
Taxes on Pemex revenue provide about a third of all the tax revenues collected by the Mexican government.
Pemex has a total asset of $415.75 billion.