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Inside Minit’s First 2019 Partner Event (+ Gallery)
Over 30 individuals, comprised of 20 partnerships, from 15 countries attended our first edition of the Minit Partner Meeting. With special guests from EY, Deloitte, Coney, Xolyd and more, we couldn’t be more excited about how it all turned out.
Jana Gregusova, Process Consulting Leader at Minit, sharing news on partnerships.
The aim was not only to give our partners more comprehensive guidance on our product, but also provide the opportunity to meet up with other passionate process miners and learn from one another in hopes to create a stronger in-person community.
Michal Rosik, Chief Product Officer at Minit, updating the group on the 4.8 release.
We’re obsessed with empowering partners to take action, so the event was very hands-on, partly curated in advance and partly in the form of a live demo, often determined by the questions and insights from attendees themselves.
As our Chief Product Officer at Minit, Michal Rosik prepared an engaging presentation on Minit’s 4.8 release updates, which included new features such as:
- Process Simulations, perfect for process designers that would like to test their changes in a sandbox parallel universe, before making important decisions.
- Use Hierarchical Process Mining to obtain an enriched perspective in process map interpretation and simplification, without losing any detail.
- Sometimes prepared metrics and statistics just don’t cut it. You can now use Custom Metrics to write your own formulas and employ your imagination when solving tricky problems.
When striving to align our content with partner needs, we wanted the gathering to be as partner-driven as possible. Thus, we invited one of our own trusted partners on the stage, Lalit Wangikar to share his experiences as Founder of Cognitio Analytics LLC with the group.
The group enjoyed a complimentary tour of Bratislava's history city center.
Since we invited guests to our awesome city, we felt the event should go beyond the hotel ballroom, and into the city streets with a private tour of Bratislava's old town.
Group photo of our various employees and valued partners.
So what happens when you bring a bunch of Process Mining enthusiasts in one place?
“Writing from the airport. What a fantastic 2 days. Well done Team Minit Process Mining.”
— Sérgio Baptista, President at Xolyd
“A great and inspirational atmosphere was combined with sharing lots of knowledge. And on top the launch of the new Minit Academy.”
— Marco Hill, Founder at Coney
“Amazing Conference Minit Process Mining. It was great to learn how Process Mining help companies around the world to be more efficient. You have a bright future ahead of you!”
— Frédéric Brosseau, Founder at Akuting
Minit Sales Director, Miloš Šajbidor (left) along with CEO, Rasťo Hlaváč (right) shaking hands with ProcessERA General Manager, Haydar Kocak (middle).
Adfor representatives, Rino Cannizzaro and Giancarlo Mengeon (left) discussing Process Mining with Coney Partner, Marco Hill (right).
Coney's Data-Analyst Sanne van der Gulik (left) with Minit's Academy Leader, Norbert Bozoky (right).
Minit's Head of Content, David Miller (left) and CPO, Michal Rosik (right) talking processes with Deloitte's Managing Consultant, Laurel Rigsbee (middle).
Rondem representatives Stanislav Kuzubov and Alexey Nikolaev (left) shaking hands with Minit's Sales Director, Miloš Šajbidor (right).
2019 Minit Partner Meeting attendees.
Minit CEO Rasťo Hlaváč with an opening speech at the official dinner.
Adfor representatives, Rino Cannizzaro (right) and Giancarlo Mengeon (left) enjoying discussions at dinner.
EY UK's David Gonzalez-Munoz enjoying an audience.
Cognitio Analytics LLC founder, Lalit Wangikar, explaining the importance of Process Mining.
Coney representatives: Jasper van Bergenhenegouwen (left) and Sanne van der Gulik (middle).
Discussions regarding work were not allowed at the official dinner.
Coney's Marco Hill (left) and Minit's Content Specialist, Robert M. Heger with the final goodbye of the event, see you next year!
19. 11. 2019