Process Mining Café 4: Mining Legacy Systems

Process Mining Café 4

Our Process Mining Café sessions already start to feel like a tradition. Join us again next Wednesday 24 February, at 16:00 CET! (Check your own timezone here).

There is no registration required. Simply point your browser to when it is time. You can watch the café, and share your thoughts and questions while we are on the air, right there on the site.

This time, we are all about process mining in legacy systems.

Legacy systems are old, often mission-critical systems that can cause quite some headaches for their owners. Replacing these old systems is not easy, precisely because so much knowledge has been poured into them. And because the developers who built them are often long gone.

Process mining can help to understand how these systems are used. We have invited Derek Russell, who wrote about legacy system mining on our blog last week, and Steve Kilner, who dove into the topic already many years ago. Derek and Steve know all about legacy systems, and we will be talking about the different approaches to legacy system mining.

Tune in live for the Process Mining Café next week! Add the time to your calendar to make sure you don’t miss it. Or sign up for the café mailing list here if you want to be reminded one hour before the session starts.

Anne Rozinat

Anne Rozinat

Market, customers, and everything else

Anne knows how to mine a process like no other. She has conducted a large number of process mining projects with companies such as Philips Healthcare, Océ, ASML, Philips Consumer Lifestyle, and many others.