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Special Issue on Process Mining in Dutch IT Professionals Magazine ‘Informatie’

Dutch magazine ‘Informatie’ this month as a special issue over process mining!

One of the challenges we process mining enthusiasts are facing is to make more people aware of the fact that process mining even exists. That is why we speak at conferences, write articles, organize special interest groups, events – and special issues.

Special issues have a special magic – A whole volume about just process mining gives all of us the chance to look at this topic from new, and different, angles. It allows to not remain at the surface by just introducing and positioning the matter, but to go in-depth and explore multiple perspectives.

After the Novtica monograph on process mining, there is now a special issue of the Dutch magazine Informatie (nr. 5 – 2014), edited by Wil van der Aalst and Frank van Geffen.

This special issue showcases a broad array of different applications of process mining, and Christian and myself are very proud that we could contribute to the issue as well. You can download the PDF of our article ‘Toegevoegde waarde van process mining’ here. This article is in Dutch, but if you don’t speak the language you can read an English version at BPTrends here.

The complete special issue is only available for members of the Dutch IT professionals association Ngi-NGN (if you become a member now, you will still get one). But Ngi-NGN was so kind to sponsor 100 issues for the attendees of Process Mining Camp last week. And because half the campers came from outside the Netherlands, we have a few magazines left. So, if you want one of these rare keepsakes you can send an email to and we will mail it to you.

[Update: All remaining magazines have been given away.]

This special issue of ‘Informatie’ is a great success of the new Special Interest Group (SIG) Process Mining in the Ngi-NGN, which initiated this edition. At the SIG1 we also organize events around process mining and support members who want to share their knowledge and experience.

If you don’t have a special interest group on process mining in your region yet, why don’t you start one? Get in touch with us, and we will help you get started!

  1. where Fluxicon is also a board member ↩︎

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