2017 was a landmark year in many aspects for QPR ProcessAnalyzer. With the rolling, agile release cycle in effect, QPR ProcessAnalyzer has made big improvements over the 12 months. In this blogpost, we take a look at the two major development points of this year and look forward on what the next release will bring with it.
QPR ProcessAnalyzer 2017.8 represents the latest in Process Mining excellence, bringing you unparalleled performance and analysis methods.
We here at QPR are devoted in delivering quality to our customers and have thus adopted a 6-week release cycle for QPR ProcessAnalyzer, a process mining tool.
As our release cycle is nearing its end, we are proud to put forward the results of that cycle. Here are some of the release highlights:
Order-to-Cash is one of the most popular core end-to-end processes of which our customers love to do process mining and process analyses on. If you don't quite understand the reasons behind this phenomenon yet, read on as I will introduce the Order-to-Cash process to you and share some of the core benefits of applying process mining to your Order-to-Cash process in this blog post.
What is Order-to-Cash?
Listed below are some of the major features of QPR ProcessAnalyzer
As you already might know, QPR ProcessAnalyzer is a process mining and intelligence tool that stores and analyzes your business process data. It visualizes your business processes as they are in your systems. Hunting down every process variation is only a few mouse clicks away. Getting to see and understand your real business processes has never been this easy.
With QPR ProcessAnalyzer, Customer was able to revamp their Systems Support processes with cost-saving decisions that streamlined operations and helped create a centralized spare parts dispatch center. Today, issue resolution is faster and customer satisfaction higher.
QPR Partner Process Analytics Factory is arranging a high-quality 2-day online conference on Process Mining on 13th and 14th of February.
QPR's very own Marja Rajamäki will be giving a presentation The next step in process discovery – From actual processes to optimal processes on Monday the 13th at 10.00. To follow this and other conference presentations, visit the conference website for registration and further details.