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BPM software is the result of a need to have easy to use software that supports the teaching of project management at both the undergraduate and graduate levels of instruction. Existing project management software offerings are not conducive to learning project management techniques as specified in the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK). This case details the development of the software and describes its use in real world projects. Additionally, it presents empirical evidence that students find the software easy to use and that it enhances their understanding of project management concepts.
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