We chose the name Pertuniti based on the two latin words pertubatio (“chaos”) and niti (“to lean on sth”). And that’s what we do: We want our customers to rely on being able to shape their team-based operations as they want to. Our flexible solution allows to adapt to new situations and change your processes as well as single cases in an ad-hoc fashion.
Many tools provide special solutions for subproblems of today’s working environment, e.g. flexible task lists, extensive contact lists, or reliable document management systems. At Pertuniti, all information and stakeholders relevant to cases, projects or processes are concentrated in one tool. However, our users can still use their accustomed contacts and calendar apps, since we integrate them.
Pertuniti is a spin-off of the FAU Erlangen-Nuremberg and TU Munich. The idea for a company for adaptive case management is an outcome of a dissertation at the Chair of Computer Science 6 (Data management) at the FAU Erlangen-Nuremberg. With a focus on communication, Johannes investigated how unstructured processes could be analyzed and supported. After analyzing the status quo, Johannes and Sophia decided to actually build a team-oriented case management solution.
Johannes currently finishes his PhD at the Chair of Computer Science 6 at the FAU Erlangen-Nuremberg. Scientifically, he is active in the areas adaptive case management, flexible business process management, and compliance.
Sophia currently studies for her master in management and technology at the TU Munich. Her focus is on combining marketing and technology.
Lotte currently studies for her bachelor in economics at the FAU Erlangen-Nuremberg. Her focus is providing software to the whole world.
Katharina works full-time as digital marketing manager at BNP Paribas Wealth Management. Her focus is on the development of digital strategies.
Ronja currently studies for her bachelor in international business studies at the TH Nuremberg. Her focus is on customer success in the national and international sectors.