Business leaders need to understand how their organization works, what to prioritize, and what to transform. Process mining helps business leaders create the best version of their company - based on facts, not guesses.
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Although digital transformation is mentioned in just about every corporate playbook, many organizations have still failed to achieve the desirable outcomes with their digital transformation initiatives.
Business leaders need to understand how their organization works, what to prioritize, and what to transform - holistically and continuously. Focusing on one aspect only, such as Robotic Process Automation, without understanding the big picture, will only lead to messy processes and bots that are not working the way they are designed to.
Meanwhile, process mining has grown in popularity, as a way to increase the efficiency and understanding of enterprise business processes. However, many have not realized the various ways in which process mining can be used to enable digital transformation in an organization.
With process mining, you get a transparent view of your processes, communication and decision-making is backed up by current facts, and improvements become tangible - providing credibility and structure for better change management initiatives.
QPR ProcessAnalyzer's turnkey data collection, federated authentication, and the advanced privacy and security features ensure enterprise compatibility - even in the most complex situations.
Benefits of process mining for digital transformation include:
KBC Group, a multi-channel bank-insurer, have faced challenges that most companies within the banking industry are familiar with – the need for increased efficiency and digitalization, requiring major organizational changes.