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Process Mining: 4 Success Stories

Find out the real numbers behind the application of Process Mining within the most common use cases.

Process Mining conjured a lot of hype in 2019. Analysts labeled the technology “disruptive” and began placing vendors among magic quadrants to guide business leaders toward success. 

But what do companies say the real experience with the technology looks like? 

We've pulled together an impressive collection of ROI success stories from our clients, where Process Mining was applied to four most common use cases: Order to Cash, Procure to Pay, Sales Cycle, and Robotic Process Automation.

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Thanks to this e-book, you'll discover:

  • Best practices on how to optimize OTC and PTP processes with Process Mining,
  • Success stories with real numbers,
  • How to pinpoint sales cycle strengths with Process Mining,
  • What qualifies a process for robotics, and why are humans and process robots a match made in fiscal heaven.
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About the Author:
Jana Gregusova - Process Consulting Leader

Jana is an expert in leading organizations to optimal performance through the adoption of efficient and effective processes by using data. She is passionate about helping companies implement Operational Excellence and providing clients the insights and assistance needed to establish best practices that build high-performing companies. 

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