BPM Academic Initiative

Process modeling is an integral part of many business administration and IT curricula these days. The Academic Initiative supports Business Process Management (BPM) in academic teaching and research.

As part of the initiative, Signavio offers a web-based process modeling platform to students, lecturers and researchers. More than 10,000 users around the world have already signed up to create and automate BPMN 2.0 diagrams and other process models – free of charge.

BPM Academic Initiative

Join the BPM Academic Initiative and get free access to one of the leading process modeling and workflow automation platforms. It is an ideal BPM tool for lectures, seminars, and projects. As there is no installation required, using the platform is as easy as it could be. The Signavio Process Manager supports multiple modeling languages such as BPMN 2.0, EPC, Petri nets and ArchiMate. Signavio Workflow Accelerator then enables the BPMN 2.0 models to be automated.

BPM Academic Initiative for students

As a BPM Academic Initiative participant, you will benefit from a collaborative workspace for your project team. In addition, you can use Signavio Process Manager and Signavio Workflow Accelerator to prepare your Bachelor or Master Thesis. This is your chance to use these professional modeling and management tools completely free.

BPM Academic Initiative for lecturers

Use the BPMN teaching packages in your university and offer your students the possibility of practical training with Process Manager or Signavio Workflow Accelerator. Open up a collaborative workspace and invite your students by sending an invitation link via E-Mail.

Who is eligible to use the platform?

Students who are currently enrolled at a university or college and employ Signavio Process Manager or Signavio Workflow Accelerator in the context of a university course or project, or in the context of non-commercial process management training are eligible.
Lecturers or researchers who are using the platform for non-commercial and non-productive purposes, or for a publicly funded research project in a nonproductive way.