AuraPortal, a provider of business process management (BPM) software, has launched its Online Commerce Module, which allows companies to offer their products on the internet to their customers, through a web user interface with improved ease of use and comprehensive purchasing transaction capabilities.
AuraPortal has developed an e-commerce module, which includes content management, a shopping cart and a payment gateway, allowing companies to link all their internet sales with their internal business processes workflow (BPM). With this module, companies will be able to start their own e-commerce channel without the need of IT programming. Their business employees can easily and rapidly design a totally customised system, with all transaction activity able to be monitored by the AuraPortal BPM Module.
“Sales operations have never been this automated,” said to Pablo Trilles, vice president of AuraPortal. “The integration of e-commerce with existing and enhanced sales and supply chain processes is an extraordinary advancement. The fact that the e-commerce environment can be handled completely by business users without any technical resource is also a greatly beneficial, which gives companies a tremendous amount of agility and flexibility, by reducing their time to market, and increasing their speed to business process enhancement.”
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