Process Mining Camp on 19 & 20 June — Save the Date!
Have you always wanted to meet other process miners in person? Perhaps you followed the MOOC and would like to share your experiences with people who are also just starting out. Or you have already worked with process mining for several years and now you want to learn from other organizations about how they made the next step?
Process Mining Camp is not your run-of-the-mill, corporate conference but a community meet-up with a unique flair. The campers are really nice people who do not just brag about their successes but also share their pitfalls and failures, from which you can learn even more than from stories that go well. In addition, you will get lots of ideas about new approaches and use cases that you have not considered before.
For the seventh time, process mining enthusiasts from all around the world will come together in the birth place of process mining. Last year, more than 220 people from 24 different countries came to camp to listen to their peers, share their ideas and experiences, and make new friends in the global process mining community.
Like last year, this years Process Mining Camp will run for two days:
The first day (19 June) will be a day full of inspiring practice talks from different companies, as you have seen from previous camps.
On the second day (20 June), we will have a hands-on workshop day. Here, smaller groups of participants will get the chance to dive into various process mining topics in depth, guided by an experienced expert.
Mark these dates in your calendar and sign up for the camp mailing list here to be notified when ticket sales open! Even if you can’t make it this year, you should sign up to receive the presentations and video recordings as soon as they become available.
We can’t wait to see you in Eindhoven on 19 June!
Eindhoven is located in the south of the Netherlands. Next to its local airport, it can also be reached easily from Amsterdams Schiphol airport (direct connection from Schiphol every 15 minutes, the journey takes about 1h 20 min). ↩︎