Program and Registration: Sign up for Process Mining Camp 2022 Now!

Process Mining Camp 2022

Pack your bags, get your provisions, and plan your trip — Just a few more weeks until we get together at this year’s Process Mining Camp on Thursday, 23 June in Eindhoven, the Netherlands.

You can find the camp website with the detailed program here. And of course you should register now to get one of our limited early bird tickets!

While we are in the final stretches of preparing this year’s camp, here is what you can expect.

Practice talks: Listen and learn

Our honest and relatable practice talks are the heart and soul of Process Mining Camp. Here are the speakers who will share their experiences at this this year’s camp.

Politie (Netherlands)

Machteld Oosterhof & Marianne Ravelli

The Police in the Netherlands are composed of ten regional operating units. The human resource (HR) department makes good police work possible by onboarding and supporting all officers and staff to fulfill their daily duty.

Machteld Oosterhof is a business operations specialist, and Marianne Ravelli is a business controller at the HR shared services center. Traditionally, knowledge workers drive process improvements by their expertise and gut feeling. However, most processes in the HR administration are digitalized. Therefore, the ambition is to implement improvements based on data. Machteld and Marianne share their experiences when showing facts and figures and the effect of confirming or refuting assumptions.

AGCO Finance (Netherlands)

Sjoerd van der Zee

AGCO Finance is a joint venture between the global financial solutions partner DLL and AGCO, an agricultural equipment manufacturer. AGCO Finance offers a one-stop shop for financing agricultural machinery for farmers.

Sjoerd van der Zee is working in AGCO Finance’s Operations function. He focuses on improving efficiency and service levels. Process mining has given him a fresh perspective on the different paths and steps in his processes. At camp, he will show how you can apply your domain knowledge to iterate through discovery, questions, and analysis cycles. Multiple cycles are required to obtain the necessary insights that enable you to take steps to improve your business.

CorVel (United States)

Beth Borman

CorVel is a US provider of risk management solutions for the workers’ compensation, auto, health, and disability management industries. They provide their clients with the information and insights to make smart decisions.

As a project manager, Beth Borman identifies optimization opportunities based on the Theory of Constraints data analysis and process mining. While analyzing several processes, she noticed that she could not take the same approach for every single process. Some processes seem to be more straightforward, while others are real brain teasers. Beth will show you how you can adapt your analysis approach to your process.

VolkerWessels Telekom (Netherlands)

Robin Schouten

VolkerWessels Telecom designs, builds and maintains telecommunication networks. Quality and timeliness are essential when delivering these network services to their customers.

Robin Schouten is a Lean Six Sigma green belt. At camp, Robin will show how Lean Six Sigma professionals can benefit from including process mining into their toolbox. He examines classical Lean Six Sigma tools next to their corresponding process mining analyses and shows how they supplement and complement each other. With the combination of both approaches, you can create a detailed business case for your improvement opportunities.

GSK Biologicals (Belgium)

Maxime Parres-Albert & Maxime Brochier

In the clinical trial phase of a new medicine or vaccine, blood samples and other samples are collected from the people participating in the clinical trial. Overall, GSK manages millions of samples that go through hundreds of process steps in its Human Biological Sample Management (HBSM) process. It is vital to complete the HBSM process as quickly as possible while maintaining quality requirements.

Maxime Parres-Albert is a senior tech engineer, and Maxime Brochier is a business innovation lead at GSK. Using process mining on clinical operations data, they were able to map the HBSM process and identify bottlenecks and best practices. At camp, they will share the data transformations they had to make and give tips for organizing change management.

Get to know your fellow process miners

In the afternoon, we get interactive — Join us for a discussion roundtable and connect to the community on a deeper level.

In small groups of up to eight people, you will talk about process mining topics such as customer journeys, auditing, Lean Six Sigma, the business case for process mining, data transformations, and security, privacy and ethics.

The goal is not to solve all the world’s problems but to share openly and learn from each other. In the interaction with other process miners who have similar backgrounds as you, you can discuss challenges and ideas that deserve further attention.

At the end of the roundtable, each group will share their main insights with the rest of the community, so that we can all benefit.

Talk to us

For the very first time at camp, Rudi and Anne will run a process mining clinic. Do you have a data set that defies all your efforts? Questions that you always wanted to get answered? Process mining problems that leave you scratching your head?

Bring your laptop and show them to us! We will unpack the issue together and dig into our experiences to give you expert advice.

The clinic will be available during all the breaks as well as in parallel to the discussion roundtables.

Join the community and sign up now!

Dive into process mining for a whole day, and find out what others in the community are up to. We take care of food and drinks during camp. And if you sign up before Friday 3 June 12:00 CEST, not only can you benefit from our early bird rate — you’ll also get your very own camp t-shirt!

All the breaks, lunch, dinner, and coffee will be outside. Other parts of the camp program will also take place outdoors (learn more about our Corona measures here). We expect this year to be the most summer-campy camp ever. We will even have a sort-of campfire in the form of a BBQ at the end of the day.

Don’t miss Process Mining Camp 2022, and sign up now!

We can’t wait to see you in Eindhoven on 23 June.

— Your friends from Fluxicon

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.