Recap of Process Mining Camp 2012
We would like to thank everyone who attended Process Mining Camp on Monday for the great atmosphere and enthusiasm! More than 70 people were present, some of them traveling to Eindhoven from as far away as Spain, the UK, Finland, Switzerland, Luxembourg, and Germany—A truly European event.
A wide range of practitioners from many different industries and functional areas had the chance to get to know each other. The five practice talks were particularly well-received, and we would like to thank these process mining pioneers again for sharing their experiences with the community!
We have received permission to make the slides available from all of the talks, and we will release them over the coming weeks along with the video recordings of all sessions for those of you who could not make it to the event. Just keep an eye to this blog (you can also choose to get new blog articles delivered to you via email here) or you can sign up to our mailing list here.
Many people told us how inspiring they have found it to see what other people are doing with process mining, or how comforting it was to see others struggling with the same issues (for example, around data extraction). We thank all of you for coming and definitely plan to continue this tradition next year!
While we are busy getting the presentations and videos online for you, here are the fireside chats with our practice speakers again, in case you have missed some of them earlier:
Bram Vanschoenwinkel: “The promise to discover AS IS process models very fast and based on facts rather than opinions.” …read more
Frank van Geffen: “Process mining is interesting for a couple of disciplines from a business perspective.” …read more
Mieke Jans: “A good process miner has an open mind and is eager to learn.” …read more
Wim Leeuwenkamp: “The auditor has more detailed information about the quality of the processing of transactions and can give a better advice to improve processes or organizations.” …read more
Léonard Studer: “Don’t forget that process mining is about people and their everyday tasks.” …read more
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