No, that's not possible. Most likely the entry was identified as an application, but in fact, it's an ActiveX component that installs into browsers. Secondly, the software can't be installed on an iPad because you can take the word Portal and immediately think about an online service (this example confirms it).
Therefore, the only way to access the portal is with the help of a browser. The developers have created a page called System Requirements where you can see all the necessary components that you need to have in order to log in.