2nd annual Process Mining Live 2020

24 - 25 March 2020 | Free Online Event 

Leveraging improved process visibility to reduce cost, increase efficiency, and remove bottlenecks

Process mining is a vital part of understanding what makes a business ‘tick’. Discovering the best processes that can be shared across an organization, or identifying the bottlenecks and inefficiencies that are hurting your bottom line are the first step in continuous improvement.

Join our free, 2nd annual online event and learn how you can implement a process mining strategy and the tools you need to use to get the best results.

Five reasons why you should attend...

  • Hear the best case studies from across the global
  • No travel costs or time out of the office necessary
  • Access the content on demand and watch in your own time
  • Assess the latest technological innovations 
  • It is 100% free to attend

Keynote Speaker: Wil van der Aalst

Prof.dr.ir. Wil van der Aalst is a Distinguished Humboldt Professor at RWTH Aachen University, leading the Process and Data Science (PADS) group. He is called the Godfather of Process Mining and the research he started in the late 1990-ties led to a wave of process mining tools.

Keynote speaker: The Godfather of Process Mining, Wil van der Aalst

Introduced over 20 years ago, process mining today is rapidly becoming a standard way to analyze performance and compliance problems based on event data. Process mining connects BPM and data-driven approaches such as Data Mining, Machine Learning, AI, and BI, by combining a process-centric view and the evidence hidden in an organization's databases. Hailed as the Godfather of Process Mining, Wil van der Aalst reflects on the capabilities and limitations of today’s process mining tools. 

Key takeaways:

  • How to use Process Mining to remove operational friction

  • Increase efficiency and reduce costs by avoiding the replication of resources

  • Improve quality and effectiveness by the industrialization of service processes

Prof.dr.ir. Wil van der Aalst, Distinguished Humboldt Professor, RWTH Aachen University

Calculating the Return on Process Mining Investments 

According to the NFIB, nearly 30% of small businesses in the U.S. are planning major spends in the near future, and as qualified workers continue to be an issue, these funds are expected to go toward “labor-saving technology”. Although obstacles may be unique for every business, the path to overcoming them must begin by examining what’s really going on in your business. In this session, discover typical results of process mining projects through a series of mini case studies.

Key takeaways:

  • How to diagnose processes confidently and move forward with real data for decision making

  • Get rid of unnecessary costs and generate higher profits by analyzing event logs

  • How Suncorp reduced processing time from 30-60 days to 5 days by identifying and reducing bottlenecks

Session reserved for Celonis

 Discover Process Variations in Detail using Machine Intelligence

To help enterprises unearth the invisible processes and innumerable process variations, new techniques such as process mining have entered the fray. The first-generation process mining primarily involved application event log analysis. While superior to the traditional methods of process mapping, such as human analysts interviewing and documenting flows, it falls short in gaining a holistic perspective involving all facets of human machine interface and interactions.

  • Understand and implement process re-engineering based on a data driven approach rather than the generic experience of consultant.

  • Continuously monitor business processes for drift and not depend on once a quarter / year audit.

  • An efficient, accurate, and continuous discovery of business processes.

Avinash Misra, CEO, Skan. 

Intel Corporation Corrected Flaws with Process Mining 

As most mature continuous improvement programs will attest, deploying manual process mapping methodologies can be time-consuming and prone to gross inaccuracies. In this session, discover how process mining can correct these critical flaws by using computational algorithms that can quickly and objectively create process models solely from event logs.

Key Takeaways:

  • Three core concepts of process mining: discovery, conformance, and enhancement

  • How to quickly integrate process mining into your continuous improvement program

  • How process mining can be easily integrated to improve the business value and increase the velocity of improvement projects

Steven Remsen, PhD, Manager, Enterprise Process Excellence, Intel Corporation 

Enhancing the Efficiency of Procure to Pay (P2P) through Process Mining

There is a tendency to want to automate “annoying” or “frustrating” tasks that agents undergo, however once automated, does not necessarily deliver the most savings. In this session, discover how Process Mining is able to analyze the P2P process and make the best recommendations for which steps of the process to automate. 

Key takeaways:

  • Identify workflow inefficiencies which can lead to a damaging cash flow situation

  • Prevent overpayment for procured goods and services by correcting past overpayments mistakes

  • Root out suppliers which no longer (or temporarily) don’t comply with internal regulations

Session reserved for Minit 

Achieve 95% Process Automation with Process Mining 

A significant level of manual processing not only increases the average handling time, but also creates a higher incidence of human errors. With AssistEdge RPA, discover how to identify multiple use cases that could be automated – from anti-money laundering payment screening to budget utilization and more. 

Key takeaways:

  • Achieve 95% process automation for each use case, thereby

  • Reduce average handling time by 70%

  • Reduce costs by 80%

Session reserved for Edgeverve

Merck adopts Process Mining to Reinforce RPA and Automate 20+ Processes 

Automation has turned into one of the fastest growing technologies in recent years however many of the initiatives are falling short of their goals. In this session, discover how Merck was able to establish a framework for automation that helped them determine not only the optimal path for selection and implementation, but ensure their ongoing success and expansion into other use cases.

Key takeaways 

  • Identified the best automation opportunities for RPA, OCR, AI and Machine Learning

  • Established robot benchmarking to verify their business case

  • Built in adaptability to accommodate system changes

 Steve Carpenter, Executive Director, GBS – Digital Transformation, Merck

Increasing the Speed of Business Improving Initiatives using Process Mining

While some businesses have a long history of utilising Business Improvement methodologies, investing in Process Mining to increase the speed of transformation initiatives is still a relevant task. In this session, discover how to enhance the visibility of workflows, and enable work to be more targeted. 

Key takeaways: 

  • Reduced the amount of non-value-add activities and eliminated manual reporting efforts

  • Leveraged PM and facilitated benchmarking across business units to easily replicate good processes

  • Amplified the potential of Process Mining by integrating it with RPA and AI 

Session speaker to be confirmed 

Who should attend?

Process Mining Live is designed for OPEX professionals with a focus on...


Business Improvement

Business Transformation

Process Excellence

Enterprise Architecture

RPA / Automation

Continuous Improvement

Quality Assurance

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