Thanks to the Signavio Process Editor we get extensive support at the Humboldt University: We avoid time-consuming software installations, can rely on a high-quality realization of the different process modeling languages, e.g. BPMN and EPC, and we even get exercises, that we can directly use in university classes.Prof. Dr. Jan Mendling, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Lecturers, researchers and students can now use professional business process management through the Signavio Academic Initiative. A dedicated installation is available free of charge, including all features. No hassle with organizing licenses. Lecturers can invite their students into their process work space and distribute modeling tasks.The BPMN Teaching Package contains a number of exercises that can be reused in lectures directly.
Additional functionality specifically targeted at an academic audience, e.g. support for Petri nets and extensive functionality for formal verification, allow for a deep-dive into the semantics of process modeling languages. Contact us, if you are interested in the package.
More than 300 universities are already using the free academic platform: