Transitioning from paper, Part 2 - BP Logix

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In our last post on the transition from paper to electronic processes, we shared information about how Adobe Sign tool that can help campus organizations with this transition. In today's post, we'd like to share some information about another powerful tool for moving to electronic business processes.

Information Technology Services (ITS) has been leading a proof-of-concept (POC) for a business process automation platform called BP Logix as part of a multi-campus business process automation pilot funded by the Chancellor's Office and CSUCI.

As part of the POC, BP Logix has offered to provide additional licenses to CSU Channel Islands (and other CSU campuses) as well as and assistance in deploying solutions during the POC period (which runs through July 1). If you are interested in participating, please contact Peter Mosinskis at

To learn more about the BP Logix platform and how it supports higher education, we encourage you to watch these 3 videos to see if BP Logix might be the right fit for your process & your team:

We also encourage you to join the real-time conversation about BP Logix in the CalStateTech Slack channel for #bplogix. You are welcome to join the weekly meetings

If you have any questions about BP Logix, please contact Peter Mosinskis at

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