Webinar: What You Should Know About Process Mining
With our software Disco, we have made it much easier to get started with process mining. Many people have told us, though, that rather than diving right into the topic, they would like to get an overview first.
What exactly is Process Mining?
How is it different from other analysis methods?
What kind of problems can Process Mining help me solve?
How much effort is involved to try out Process Mining?
If you have asked yourself these or similar questions, then our new webinar is for you! Together with Alberto Manuel from Process Sphere, we will tell you everything you need to know about process mining in a nutshell.
An executive summary
In our webinar, we will give you an overview about the following topics:
What is process mining, and how does it work?
The benefits of using process mining.
What do I need to use process mining?
We will approach these topics both from a high-level perspective, as well as making them understandable by showing you excerpts from real analysis projects performed with our process mining software Disco. After the webinar, you will know whether process mining is relevant for you, and how to move forward.
When is it, and how do I sign up?
We offer this webinar at three dates, and we have picked different times so that you can catch one of them no matter where in the world you are located. You can sign up for our three time slots here:
If you have been wondering whether process mining might be something you should take a look at, don’t hesitate and sign up right away. See you at one of our webinars!
About the presenters
Alberto Manuel from Process Sphere is a visionary and outspoken BPM practitioner from Portugal. Alberto has more than ten years of experience in business process improvement, and he was one of the first to recognize the potential of process mining in helping businesses to make decisions based on facts, not assumptions.
Anne Rozinat is a co-founder of Fluxicon and obtained her PhD cum laude in the process mining group of Prof. Wil van der Aalst at Eindhoven University of Technology. She has more than eight years of experience in developing and applying process mining and helped shape Disco to fit the requirements of professional users.