vortalvision, the new VORTAL platform, was launched yesterday, October 16, at the VORTAL Vision ’19 international congress to an audience of 1,000 participants from 14 countries.

The success of the event reinforces VORTAL’s leadership as an innovative technological company, market leader in eProcurement, with eyes on the future and solid relationships with its clients.

According to Miguel Sobral, CEO, “VORTAL’s new platform represents a significant evolution both for users, who now have a more intuitive platform, easier to use and available on the pc or mobile phone, and for VORTAL itself, which has a more agile and resilient technological architecture that allows the development of new solutions”.

vortalvision was built with the end user and for the end user, in a collaborative spirit, ensuring the inclusion of more than 400 clients from the early stages of design and validation of prototypes. A user-friendly and customer-focused platform, based on a binomial usability-technology evolution, aligned with the needs of an increasingly demanding market.

The introduction of artificial intelligence technologies and machine learning allow to predict the publication of business opportunities, suggest business profiles, query models, dates for Tender to obtain the best results, etc., are particularly useful mechanisms in the context of SMEs, which have more limited resources and can thus bet on options with greater probability of success.

The new platform is based on technologies which are aligned with the latest architectures and best practices used by reference organizations in all industries.

In addition to the plenary session vortalvision Platform Reveal, the new platform was in live demo at several VORTAL stands for a more detailed presentation and clarifications.

The future of e-procurement and procurement management was transversal to the various panels. Artificial Intelligence in sales, machine learning, interoperability, eInvoice, procurement in global organizations, among others, were topics in line with the digital transformation of Governments and SMEs. The panels included national and international specialists in electronic procurement, from companies, public entities and academia.