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Free Video Webinar

Process Mining:
A STEP AHEAD IN MANAGING THE BPM LIFECYCLE 

BPM is a branch of operations management in which an organization improves operational performance through optimization of processes.

There are multiple steps to BPM many of which greatly benefit, or are made possible, by technology; process discovery, analysis, redesign,implementation, monitoring, and refinement. Process Mining is one such technology that provides critical insights necessary to BPM. 

Watch our customer BDO Netherlands share insights into BPM lifecycle optimization of their client's processes using Process Mining. Two inspiring use cases included! 

 

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Watch the full session to learn:

  • Why and how to implement new technology? 
  • The connection between business process management lifecycle and Process Mining
  • First Process Mining use case: Fixing a finance function in an auction house
  • Second Process Mining use case: Improving an O2C process in a construction company
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Presented by:

Richard Lipovsky, Chief Marketing Officer at Minit
As the Head of Marketing at Minit, Richard is eager to spread the word about Process Mining into the business world. With his innovative approach and strong vision to help companies improve their performance with efficient processes, he thrives to support Minit on its endeavor to become the leader in the Process Mining field.

Sander Rurup, Data Analytics Manager at BDO Netherlands
As the manager of BDO's Analytics team, Sander specializes in technologies related to structured data analysis, Process Mining and RPA.

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