In my previous blog post, I talked about how 2017 was a great year for QPR ProcessAnalyzer. Our agile development procedure allowed the development of QPR ProcessAnalyzer to be carried out in a swift fashion and the evolution of our product was rapid during the past year. This will continue in the year 2018 and to kick-off a great year of upcoming releases, we are proud to showcase QPR ProcessAnalyzer 2018.1. This latest release brings forward a number of new features to improve process mining performance and will continue the evolution of QPR's flagship process mining tool.
A key addition in this release is the introduction of our new ChartView tool. ChartView is a QPR UI based tool that allows you to create customizable charts to fit your business case.
A variety of different presentation options are offered for presenting the data in a view that best corresponds the data at hand. Application of different measures is simple and you can easily add dimensions using the menu.
The charts can be easily exported into a PDF, PNG or SVG file format to be implemented in presentations, reports and briefing materials. ChartView provides a flexible way of creating charts that powerfully capture your business occurrences.
We have also introduced a new way to handle data tables. Several of our analysis features, such as Case Analysis and Influence Analysis feature data tables that present the data in
a tabulated form for maximum data analysis. To take the presentation even further, We have added the feature called Table Filtering. Table Filtering is similar in usage to the filtering found in MS Excel and other tools, bringing familiarity and ease of use. Table Filtering allows you to filter your datasets according to the rules you define.
Just click on the column you want to filter, set the filter rules and your data is presented immediately according to the rules you have set. This feature is applicable to across all data tables in the QPR UI environment allowing the presentation of the data as you exactly would like to see it.
This release has other new additions to the Web-based user interface. To enhance user experience, the popup menu in the analysis windows has gone a large overhaul by adding important quality-of-life additions. One of these is the grouping of analysis.
Making the menu footprint smaller, it is now easier than ever to select relevant analysis, as the analysis features have been grouped under common groups. The addition of analysis specific icons also ease the user in finding the right analysis.
Finally, importing files in the XES format is supported starting from this release. XES, which stands for eXtensible Event Stream, is a file format created by the IEEE TaskForce for capturing and transferring transactional data between different information systems for use in different analysis tools. QPR ProcessAnalyzer has been fitted with this feature to support future applications of this standardized file format staying in line with QPR ProcessAnalyzer's approach in not being constrained by any system or datatype.
The first release of 2018 has brought many new features and we can't wait to show them in action.
To watch a showcase of all these features and a discussion about QPR ProcessAnalyzer, check out our webinar below.