Accelerating Process Modeling with Process Mining

Back in 2008, I started attending the annual academic research BPM conference, which was in Milan that year. I’m not an academic, but this wasn’t just an excuse for a week in Europe: the presentations I saw there generated so many ideas about the direction that the industry would/should take. Coincidentally, 2008 was also the … Continue reading “Accelerating Process Modeling with Process Mining”

Process Mining Camp 2020: @Fluxicon takes it online, with keynote by @wvdaalst

Last week, I was busy preparing and presenting to webinars for two different clients, so I ended up missing Software AG’s ARIS international user groups (IUG) conference and most of Fluxicon’s Process Mining Camp online conference, although I did catch a bit of the Lufthansa presentation. However, Process Mining Camp continues this week, giving me … Continue reading “Process Mining Camp 2020: @Fluxicon takes it online, with keynote by @wvdaalst”

Process mining backgrounder – recovering from my #PowerPointFail

Did you ever make some last-minute changes before a presentation, only to look on in horror when a slide pops up that was not exactly what you were expecting? That was me today, on a webinar about process intelligence that I did with Signavio. In the webinar, I was taking a step back from process … Continue reading “Process mining backgrounder – recovering from my #PowerPointFail”

CelosphereLive 2020 — Day 3: extending process mining with multi-event logs and task mining

Traditionally, process mining is fed from history logs from a single system. However, most businesses aren’t run on a single system, and Celonis Product Lead for Discovery Sabeth Steiner discussed how they are allowing multi-event log process mining, where logs from multiple systems are ingested and correlated to do a more comprehensive analysis. This can … Continue reading “CelosphereLive 2020 — Day 3: extending process mining with multi-event logs and task mining”

CelosphereLive 2020 – Day 2: From process mining to intelligent operations

I’m back for the Celonis online conference, CelosphereLive, for a second day. They started much earlier since they using a European time zone, but I started in time to catch the Q&A portion of Ritu Nibber’s presentation (VP of Global Process and Controls at Reckitt Benckiser) and may go back to watch the rest of … Continue reading “CelosphereLive 2020 – Day 2: From process mining to intelligent operations”

Snap! @Celonis offers free process mining in the cloud

I attended a webinar today where Celonis showed Snap, the new free tier of their cloud-based process mining platform. It can work with flat files (CSV) or manually connect to ServiceNow, Google Sheets and a few other data sources directly, plus it supports teams for collaboration. You’re limited to uploading 500MB of data (which is … Continue reading “Snap! @Celonis offers free process mining in the cloud”

Process is cool (again), and the coolest kid on the block is process mining

I first saw process mining software in 2008, when Fujitsu was showing off their process discovery software/services package, plus an interesting presentation by Anne Rozinat from that year’s academic BPM conference where she tied in concepts of process mining and simulation without really using the term process mining or discovery. Rozinat went on to form … Continue reading “Process is cool (again), and the coolest kid on the block is process mining”

Industry forum presentations at @BPMConf – process improvement benefits realization, IoT process mining, quality management, and deep learning of shipping container movement

To finish up my time at the academic research BPM 2019 conference, I attended one of the industry forum sessions, which highlights initiatives that bring together academic research and practical applications in industry. These are shorter presentations than the research sessions, although still have formal published papers documenting their research and findings; check those proceedings … Continue reading “Industry forum presentations at @BPMConf – process improvement benefits realization, IoT process mining, quality management, and deep learning of shipping container movement”

Machine learning and process mining at bpmNEXT 2019 with BP Logix, Minit and Cognitive Technology

Note that Kris Verlaenen, jBPM project lead at Red Hat, is also blogging from here, check out his coverage for a different view. Democratizing Machine Learning with BPM, by Scott Menter and Joby O’Brien of BP Logix We’re now into the full demo sessions at bpmNEXT, and Scott and Joby are up to talk about … Continue reading “Machine learning and process mining at bpmNEXT 2019 with BP Logix, Minit and Cognitive Technology”

BPM2012: Papers on Process Mining

I had a bit of blog fatigue earlier, but Keith Swenson blogged the session on process cloud concepts for case management that I attended but didn’t write about, and I’m back at it for the last set of papers for the day at BPM 2012, all with a focus on process mining. Repairing Process Models … Continue reading “BPM2012: Papers on Process Mining”