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Process Mining – Reality is not witchcraft

20 Oct, 20223:00pm CEST1 hour
Process Mining is not just a buzzword, but has become an integral part of process analysis and process optimization in recent years. Lars Beumann, Lead Consultant at OPITZ CONSULTING Deutschland GmbH, and Jan Birkholz, Business Development Engineer at MEHRWERK GmbH, will give you a glimpse of the almost endless application areas and possibilities that MPM offers. Starting with the graphical visualization of process flows, to the automated detection of anomalies, to AI-supported process predictions and real-time connected alerting or triggering of actions in third-party systems. We dive live into a business process and take a look into the engine room. Let's experience the magic of process mining together and discover that it's really not witchcraft. Join us on October 20.


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  • What is Process Mining?
  • Where can Process Mining be used? (with Qlik Sense Live Demo)
  • Project Approach
  • How can Active Process Intelligence bring about the Transformation of Analytics?
  • Q&A | Use the time and ask your questions to our speakers. We look forward to an interactive closing discussion.

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Why to join our webinar


In this webinar, you will learn about the almost endless application areas and possibilities that MPM ProcessMining offers.

graphical visualization of process flows

automated detection of anomalies

AI-supported process predictions

real-time connected alerting

triggering of actions in third-party systems

What is Active Process Intelligence all about?

The demands of the digital economy have turned our ideas of modern BI and Process Mining analyses upside down. The goal of the paradigm shift toward active intelligence is to compensate for the deficits of traditional, passive business analyses. Instead, information should be permanently available and, thanks to up-to-date real-time data, support the immediate implementation of measures along the entire value chain. We refer to this as Active Process Intelligence.


By Active Process Intelligence we mean a permanently high level of information, where technology and processes based on current real-time data help to initiate measures immediately and automatically.

Intelligent data analytics pipelines

Traditional analytics use disparate solutions for collection, integration, delivery, analysis, collaboration, and storytelling. There is no unified pipeline for these. Active Process Intelligence bridges the gaps between these disparate components and creates a multi-directional channel for continuous enterprise-wide data and information flow. Thanks to this intelligent data analysis pipeline, users have instant access to cutting-edge information.

  • Combine data from disparate sources
  • Automatically transfer and transform data
  • Trace data

Provide up-to-date information in real time

Active Process Intelligence provides up-to-date information when it matters: right now. Whether automated metrics and results are driven from dashboards or embedded directly into machine processes, Active Process Intelligence combines "data at rest" with "data in motion". Changes in data are reflected immediately and users are always aware of current business trends.

  • Information available everywhere and at any time
  • Augmented analytics with AI and machine learning
  • Collaboration along the entire pipeline

Trigger measures immediately

Traditional analysis was intended to inform users and, as a result, could be used to guide action. It was not intended to prompt action or even trigger action on its own. As the name implies, "Active Process Intelligence" is about both informed decision-making and actively implementing or triggering specific actions.

  • Dynamic alerting and triggering of events
  • Notification of users
  • Coordinated actions

"MPM fulfilled our requirements in terms of real-time data processing, high user-friendliness, efficiency, intelligent analysis mechanisms, ready-to-use business content as well as flexibility and price-performance and, last but not least, convinced us with its excellent visualization and performance features."

Wolfgang Lottes | Vice President Audit Governance & ICS | E.ON SE

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