Watch Anne Rozinat at Process Mining Camp 2015

Just next week Friday we will all see each other at this year’s Process Mining Camp! If you haven’t booked your ticket yet, get in touch with Anne or sign up for the waiting list here.

To get us all into the proper camp spirit, we have started to release the videos from last year’s camp. If you have missed them before, check out the videos of Léonard Studer from the City of Lausanne, Willy van de Schoot from Atos International, Joris Keizers from Veco, Mieke Jans from Hasselt University, Bart van Acker from Radboudumc, and Edmar Kok from DUO.

The seventh speaker at Process Mining Camp 2015 was Anne Rozinat from Fluxicon. 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 gave us a deep-dive into the world of metrics: What constitutes a good metric? What are the pitfalls? Based on concrete examples, she showed how you can quantify your process mining results, and what you should pay attention to.

Do you want to learn which kind of questions you can answer with process mining? Watch Anne’s talk now!

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