AuraPortal secured a high position in comparison to the other vendors given that, amongst the many other excellent ratings, AuraPortal was positioned at the top of the important Visionaries quadrant.
AuraPortal bolsters its position within the Microsoft-centric segment through increasing marketing efforts and messaging (e.g., co-branding in certain regions, leveraging worldwide Microsoft events, and playing a visible role in the Microsoft partner community by presiding the channel partners in EMEA).
In order to facilitate citizen-developer-based application composition, AuraPortal has introduced a new set of easy-to-use connectors for Excel and email. These connectors are designed to help coordinate and sequence the execution of tasks, and orchestrate complex implementations.
AuraPortal’s Partner, sales and marketing strategies have started to pay off, based on perceived sales traction and greater brand awareness in regions such as North America, South Asia and the Gulf area.
AuraPortal confirmed its position among the top iBPMS vendors for all major use cases in this market.
AuraPortal has introduced advanced process management and case management capabilities. The new Universal Watcher feature (a service that subscribes to defined business events spanning running processes), combined with a simulation and scenario-testing environment designed with the business user in mind, adds to the process intelligence capabilities.
AuraPortal has a single integrated repository for processes, cases, content, web content, rules, collaboration and project management. This repository creates an environment that supports citizen developers in creating applications with little or no involvement from IT staff.
Rather than having to purchase the entire suite at one time, organizations can purchase individual modules as they mature their BPM capabilities.
AuraPortal has kept up with its tradition of introducing some of the latest process-management-related innovations. Besides its distributed task control (Dynamically Activated Divisions), it provides role- and needs-based access to specified parts of the process at execution time (Secure Rooms). Further, it has integrated priority and task scheduling. It makes use of a containerized approach to cases, in which contextual details can be exchanged between cases (even ones that have not yet been defined). Finally, it has predictive analysis that can be based on forward chaining reasoning and contextual awareness.
According to our reference checks, AuraPortal’s customer satisfaction is consistently very high.
Because of the modular structure of AuraPortal, the iBPMS is also attractive to midsize organizations, brings high-end capabilities to these organizations.