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Process Mining Café 6: Freestyle Data Transformation

Process Mining Café 6

Léonard Studer is an internal consultant for business process management at the City of Lausanne and a true process mining veteran. After having him as a speaker at our very first Process Mining Camp in 2012, we brought him back in 2015 with an honest and in-depth talk about their analysis of the construction permit process.

Along his journey in process mining, Léonard has developed a habit for finding data in rather unusual and unexpected places. We have asked him to join our next Process Mining Café to share his experiences of what else you can do if your data — at least at first sight — does not seem suitable for process mining at all. So, if you need some inspiration, or just want to hear his process mining war stories from the City of Lausanne, don’t miss our Process Mining Café next week!

Join us on Wednesday 28 April, at 16:00 CET! (Check your own timezone here).

As always, there is no registration required. Simply point your browser to when it is time. You can watch the café and share your thoughts and questions while we are on the air, right there on the café website.

Tune in live for Process Mining Café by visiting next week Wednesday 28 April, at 16:00 CET!

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