ABB have been utilising process mining longer than most other large organisations, and have seen the full potential it can offer, from providing analytical insights to helping achieve operational excellence. Heymen Jansen, Group Vice President, Head of Advanced Process Analytics at ABB, will discuss:
Tune in and discover how CRH, an international group of diversified building materials business, were able to use real data-driven insights to identify and build a series of improvement initiatives and a compelling business case for its' Procure-to-Pay process by harnessing the power of Signavio's Process Intelligence.
CRH will discuss the project approach, key findings and ultimately the opportunities uncovered through process mining.
For organisations dealing with large and complex operations and supply chains in the digital era, getting visibility on process performance is only the first step. By tapping into the vast data available and understanding the bigger picture, Process Mining can deliver operational insights that can champion strategic initiatives, such as the digital transformation of an organisation. This panel will explore:
Many organisations currently utilise various different BPM tools that organise and define thousands of process designs, however, to what extent can process mining improve on current tools? Simon Murley from Vodafone Business Transformation will discuss:
Enabling business users to process and data literacy is a key aspect for successful process mining initiatives. Lowering the barriers by providing AI supported process analytics unlocks its full potential.
Through the unique combination of Qlik Sense and MPM ProcessMining, Qlik and MEHRWERK master this challenge by providing market leading augmented process mining.
Siemens Healthineers will discuss their use case of Process Mining in the framework of understanding their Computed Tomography (CT) systems. Different to many other use cases that are based on SAP or other ERP systems, Siemens Healthineers use Process Mining for machine data to measure the performance and user interaction of their operational Computer Tomography software. Jutta Reindler, Senior Manager Business Intelligence, will share: