A Framework for Process Mining Projects

Tijn van der Heijden (Deloitte)

During his master studies at Eindhoven University of Technology, Tijn developed a framework for conducting process mining projects. He introduces his framework, and tells how he implemented it at a project for the Rabobank.

Process Mining and Data Science in the Financial Industry

Lalit Wangikar (CKM Advisors)

As a consultant for CKM Advisors in New York City, Lalit delivers projects for clients, mainly in the financial industry. A lot of their projects have a strong focus on data science, and process mining fits perfectly into this approach.

Analyzing the World's Biggest Purchasing Process

Philipp Horn (Volkswagen)

Philipp tells us how he introduced process mining to analyze the world's largest purchasing process at Volkswagen with Process Mining. He emphasizes the responsibility of the analyst to take all the context information into account.

Integrating Process Mining at Australia's Largest Insurer

Mitchell Cunningham (Suncorp)

Mitch works as a business analyst at Suncorp, one of Australia's largest insurance companies. He talks about how they integrated process mining into their practice and their organization, the challenges they faced, and the value that they could realize.

A Consultant's Perspective on Process Mining

Walter Vanherle (bpi3)

As a business consultant, Walter is always looking for new and exciting ways to deliver value to his customers. He found the perfect tool with Process Mining in a project for a security company, where he could give new answers to pressing questions.

Supercharge Your Auditing Practice with Process Mining

Youri Soons (Central Audit Service)

For an auditor, process mining can make their work much more efficient, since it can automate and support many checks they need to make. But it can also allow them to test all cases, instead of only samples.

A Short History of Process Mining

Wil van der Aalst (TU Eindhoven)

Wil gives an overview about the history of Process Mining. How can it be placed in the larger context of BPM and machine learning research, how did it all get started, and what were the major developments since then?

Process Mining Camp 2013

28 May 2013 · TU Eindhoven

In 2013, the second Process Mining Camp was held at the Zwarte Doos (the "Black Box"), a grand cafe and movie theater on the campus of Eindhoven University of Technology.

It was the first full-day camp and included speakers from as far away as Australia, the United States, and Germany, who shared their experiences of applying process mining within big companies, as consultants, and from a government perspective.

In the afternoon, campers dispersed into smaller groups to intimately discuss different process mining topics and use cases in 14 guided Expedition Workshops.

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