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Process Mining at BPM2010 2

Over at his blog, Keith Swenson has a detailed write-up of all things process mining at and around the BPM 2010 conference1. I could not agree more with his closing notes:

Process mining is clearly a new and very hot field. It has gone from initial conception 10 years ago, to shipping products today, very fast by any measure. And the value of this mining is easy to prove. I anticipate in the next few years process mining will become increasingly a regular part of our technology infrastructure.

Keith’s post includes a summary of all BPI 2010 workshop talks (many about process mining), the meeting of the IEEE Task Force on Process Mining, and more. I encourage you to read it all here on his blog.

  1. Also see Sandy Kemsley’s BPM 2010 wrap-up here

Comments (2)

The Keith’s post is very interesting. Such conference like the BPM has a great value to all research area, in the sense of spreading acknoledgments and to share ideas. It’s very important to be updtate about what is passing around process mining recently. Congratulations by the good work and thanks by the new informations. 😀

Thanks, Samuel!

The BPM conference is indeed one of the major events where top-of-the-line BPM and process mining research is shared, and where you can get a glimpse of tomorrow’s state of the art. Especially if you are scientifically inclined, I can fully recommend this conference.

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