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Watch Willy van de Schoot at Process Mining Camp 2015

Have you already registered for this year’s Process Mining Camp? If not, you can take a look at the speakers and get your ticket here.

To get us all into the proper camp spirit, we have started to release the videos from last year’s camp. If you have missed the video of Léonard Studer from the City of Lausanne, you can watch it here.

The second speaker at Process Mining Camp 2015 was Willy van de Schoot from Atos International. Willy did not present a particular case study but focused on practical challenges like how to stay on top of your different analysis views. And once you need to present your results to an audience unfamiliar with process mining, how do you communicate your findings to keep everyone on board? In a hands-on segment, she showed the different perspectives she has taken, as well as some tricks of how to prepare the data in such a way that it provides optimal flexibility.

Do you want to know how to stay more organized in your own process mining analysis? Watch Willy’s talk now!

If you can’t attend Process Mining Camp this year but would like to receive the presentations and video recordings afterwards, sign up for the Camp mailing list here.

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