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22.8.2018
Our newest addition to the QPR ProcessAnalyzer offering is the Purchase-to-Pay application which is making process mining even more accessible to the common user. In this application mindset, we have created an all-in-one solution that fits all purchase-to-pay analysis needs and the best part is: you don't have to be a data scientist. The application contains the advanced general features of QPR ProcessAnalyzer, but also comes preloaded with customized, process domain -specific, analysis dashboards for analyzing specific phenomena in the purchase-to-pay sphere.
25.7.2018
One core benefit of process mining is the capability of identifying the gap between the desired state and actual operations. Companies lose millions in a form of direct & indirect costs but also wasted sales revenues as that gap is not minimized. Moreover, this disables growth and delivers poor compliance results.
18.7.2018
QPR ProcessAnalyzer continues its rapid development cycle and the newest release is out now. This release brings forth new ways to use the tool and also assists the power users in their usage of QPR ProcessAnalyzer.
20.6.2018
Every organization is unique. In order to succeed in your work, you need to understand how your own organization functions. What are its objectives? How do the people work together to achieve results? What is the interface towards customers, suppliers and other business partners? Knowing the answers to these questions ensures your work is focused on your organization’s strategic objectives and is done in the most efficient way.
30.5.2018
As Process Mining year of 2018 moves forward, QPR ProcessAnalyzer 2018.4 takes the leading process mining product forward. Striving to keep the data-driven process analysis further, this new release focuses on databases and data model related features. The new release also includes KPI analysis, which brings instant data-driven chart visualizations straight into QPR ProcessAnalyzer
18.5.2018
Every organization buys. Some buy raw materials for their production, others procure services, while some just need the occasional office supplies or milk for their coffees. What is common in all the processes, is that goods and services are typically bought from certain selected suppliers. Very often organizations even have contracts made so that you always get the milk delivered from your local Walmart.

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