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Process Mining:
The fast track to improved business performance

Process mining is used to automatically visualize process flows based on data from organizations' information systems. With process mining, you gain fact-based insights into your operations with pinpoint accuracy, so you know exactly what to change in order to reach better business results.

Watch the video below to find out more about the benefits of QPR ProcessAnalyzer: the leading enterprise-grade process mining software.

Webinar: How Process Mining Enables Successful Digital Transformation - Top trends for 2021

Robotic Process Automation (RPA), Business Process Management (BPMN), and the involvement of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) are predictably the hottest topics within Digital Transformation in 2021.

This webinar covers:

• The most common issues in RPA and how you can use process mining to tackle them
• The right approach to gain full control of your processes and optimize them with BPMN
• The help of AI, ML in your daily decision-making process to drive your digital transformation imperative to success

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Featured customer success story

Process Mining in Banking and Insurance

Identifying inefficiencies, risks, and automation opportunities with process mining

“With QPR ProcessAnalyzer, we were able to analyze the process in 2-3 hours instead of three weeks"

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Featured blog

The Most Commonly Asked Questions About Process Mining Software

By Saara Bergman        Mar 3, 2021

Have you heard about process mining, but are still unsure about how it works and why you should use it in your organization? In this blog post, you’ll find answers to the most common questions that we get from companies considering if, and how, they could use process mining to gain insights into their operations and business processes.

You'll find answers to questions such as:

  1. We already use a BI system, why should we take another system into use?
  2. Suppose we find a problem in the process. How does this tool help us fix those problems?
  3. What kind of problems and solutions can you discover with process mining? 
  4. Our data is in two different systems. Can process mining software connect to these systems and combine data from different sources?
  5. What is required from us in order to use your process mining tool? We’re not looking to invest in any integration of systems.

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