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Business process management bpm


Jana Gregusova · 09. 05. 2019 · Product News,Business Process Management (BPM),Process mining

Make Processes Actionable for your Employees (with Minit 4.0)

Are your business processes actionable? Can you prove it if required? Business processes are only as good as your employees’ ability to carry them out. What happened the last time someone called in sick? Did any business processes grind to a halt? Or did a coworker easily step in and pick up the slack? If the former sounds closer to your company, it may be because your business processes aren’t well documented or transparent enough to be easily actionable.


Jana Gregusova · 02. 05. 2019 · Business Process Management (BPM),Process mining,Process mapping

Business Process Mapping: Five Things Your Employees Can't Tell You

Every business runs on processes. There are the processes you can see (like raw materials becoming finished goods at a factory), and there are the processes you can’t (like invoices being created, sent, and paid). The best way to get a handle on these processes is to create process maps.


Jana Gregusova · 24. 04. 2019 · Business Process Management (BPM),Process mining,Process mapping

Overcome Limitations of Manual Business Process Mapping

Process mapping. If you’ve done it, you know the manual procedure can be difficult. And if you haven’t, well...the manual procedure can be difficult. Find out about some of the pitfalls and limitations you may encounter when compiling a process map manually and how to avoid them with process mining.


Jana Gregusova · 16. 04. 2019 · Best Practices,Business Process Management (BPM),Process mining

Four Signs that Your Business Process is Too Complicated

Your business grows and evolves in one direction, while your business processes sometimes go their own way. One result of this mismatch can be overly complicated business processes that aren’t meeting your current needs.

PPIs vs KPis

Michal Rosik · 11. 04. 2019 · Best Practices,Business Process Management (BPM),Process mining

Maximize the Business Value of PPIs and KPIs

You most likely already know what KPIs are: key performance indicators are used across sectors to evaluate the success of an organization or of a particular business outcome (such as production, inventory, sales initiatives, etc). These metrics stay at the strategic level, meaning they focus on the company wide impact of these outcomes.