QPR's process mining software quickly identifies bottlenecks, rework, and compliance violations. Instead of trying to make decisions based on old data, QPR ProcessAnalyzer enables you to make the right decisions based on current information.
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Quick identification of development areas, reacting proactively to problems, and learning fast are key for making the needed big process improvements to operational performance.
Process Mining is a great method for continuous Process Improvement. In this blog, you can read about the deming cycle (PDCA), the BPM lifecycle, process mining stakeholders, and process excellence KPIs - and find out how process mining relates to these.
The ability to discover your as-is processes is at the core of process mining. QPR ProcessAnalyzer collects data from your source systems and automatically visualizes process flows that take place in your organization.
If you're looking to enhance your operational performance, then benchmarking your internal processes in real-time against any meaningful dimension - e.g. regions, units, or costs - offers several benefits:
With QPR ProcessAnalyzer's Conformance analysis, you see how the actual process behavior conforms with the intended process - the Design Model. You'll instantly see conforming and nonconforming cases, conformance trends, reasons for deviations, and top violating variations.
QPR's process mining software allows you to:
QPR ProcessAnalyzer enables you to communicate relevant process mining results to all process mining stakeholders.
Instead of trying to make decisions based on old information, as you do with different BI or KPI tools, you can make the right decisions based on the current situation.
This way, you'll easily bring the facts to the table and make decisions much faster, with less debate.
“We were immediately able to focus our process improvement activities to the right things to reach the results our business needed - and not wasting time on trial and error.”
Learn about PDCA (plan-act-check-do) method, process benchmarking, conformance analysis and process KPIs by downloading our comprehensive guide about using Process Mining software for Process Improvement.