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Get Actionable Information For Your Own Projects At Process Mining Camp

Register for Process Mining Camp 2015!

Today, we are happy to announce the last two practice talk speakers at this year’s Process Mining Camp! You can still get your ticket on the Process Mining Camp Website if you don’t have one yet.

With these last additions, we continue to add actionable, hands-on information that you can use for your own process mining projects. Rudi Niks, Management Consultant at O&i, must be one of the most knowledgable process mining practitioners out there. Since 2012 he has been doing process mining projects all year round, and he will share the Dos and Don’ts that will help you to set up your projects in the right way from the start. Anne Rozinat, co-founder of Fluxicon, will close the practice talks by showing you how you can actually measure your processes the right way.

Rudi Niks, O&i

Rudi Niks

From Insight To Sustainable Business Value

Rudi has worked on many different process mining projects over a range of industries in the past years. Based on that experience, he has learned that there are two main ingredients to achieve continuous improvement with process mining: First of all, you need the right understanding of the process and the performance of the process. Secondly, you need to actually make the necessary changes to benefit from these insights. But how exactly do you go about doing that? Which warning signs should you look out for in your own organization?

At camp, Rudi will give examples of what he has seen go right, and wrong. You can expect concrete advice and action points that will help you to make your process mining projects as successful as they can be.

Anne Rozinat, Fluxicon

Anne Rozinat

Process Mining Metrics

Performance measurements are part of every process improvement project. Many people working with process mining are looking for quantifiable results that they can use to compare processes, and to evaluate the effectiveness of their improvements. So, what exactly can you measure with process mining?

Rather than giving you the one magic metric — which, I am sure you have guessed already, doesn’t exist — Anne will give you a deep-dive into the world of metrics: What constitutes a good metric? What are the pitfalls? At camp, you will learn which kind of questions you can answer with process mining, how you can quantify your results, and what you should pay attention to.

See you at camp!

We are super excited about the program (see an overview of all speakers at the process mining camp website here), and we can’t wait to meet you all in Eindhoven next Monday!

If you can’t make it, you can sign up to receive notifications about future process mining camps here.


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