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IEEE Task Force on Process Mining

Not quite the IEEE task force on process mining…

Quite recently, the IEEE has established a task force on process mining. The stated goal of this task force is:

To promote the research, development, education and understanding of process mining

Besides promoting research in process mining, the task force also aims to raise awareness of process mining technology with industry, developers, and end users. Another explicitly stated goal of the task force is to promote interoperability by guiding the standardization of event log formats.

The member list of the task force reads like a who-is-who of the greater process mining community, including outstanding researchers, pioneering end users, and representatives of the most prolific and visionary BI/ BPI vendors. We here at Fluxicon feel honored to have been called to join the task force. In our opinion, the importance of this effort cannot be understated. It has the potential to put process mining on the map of many end users, and to significantly boost progress and adoption.

We are glad to back and support the task force in safeguarding the interest of end users and the community!

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