AuraPortal to exhibit at Microsoft Convergence 2011

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AuraPortal, a global provider of business process management software, will be an exhibitor at the Microsoft Convergence 2011 customer and partner event in Atlanta April 10-13 at the Georgia World Congress Center. AuraPortal will be exhibiting the latest AuraPortal BPMS product at booth 227 during the conference, highlighting their new release, version 4.1, as well as several new product modules.

Product highlights, according to the company, include:
• A complete e-commerce (online commerce) module, which includes content management, a shopping cart and a payment gateway, allowing companies to link Internet sales with their internal business processes workflow;
• The ability for companies to start their own online commerce site without the need of any IT programming. AuraPortal allows business employees to design a totally customized system easily and rapidly, using the content management module, with all transaction activity able to be monitored by the AuraPortal BPM System;
• Own Defined Families, allowing companies to define new categories of data to be included in business processes; and
• An extended multilanguage module that supports all features and all types of users, including employees, vendors, suppliers, customers and registered visitors to the Web who will communicate and manage tasks in their own language. The system identifies the user’s language and displays form fields, instructions, etc. in their desired language. The already available languages ar: English, French, Spanish (European and Latin American), Dutch, Portuguese (European and Brazilian), Greek, Arabic, German, Hungarian, Romanian, Chinese, Catalan and Galician.