Process Mining Camp 2013
As proud members of IEEE’s Task Force on Process Mining, Process Sphere endorses Fluxicon’s Process Mining camp 2013.
Process Mining Camp is where professionals gather to learn from seasoned experts. A place where you can exchange ideas about the new frontier of process analisys and alike. This is where we get down to business and share stories from the frontier at the campfire.
Whether you are an expert or have just recently heard of process mining, here you can meet other people who are just as curious and passionate about process mining as you are. Learn about how others are using process mining, and what they have to tell you and how you can transform your enterprise.
More information about the event <here>.
Business Process Simulation (BPSim) standard released
Process Sphere as a member of the BPSim working group is proud to announce the release of BPsim a WfMC standard. It defines a specification for the Parameterization and Interchange of process analysis data allowing Structural and Capacity Analysis of a process model providing for Pre-execution and Post-execution optimization.
In an era that is companies need accurate and precision about the trade offs of process analysis and optimization this standard will help managers to make the best decisions regarding process optimization and change. Its vendor independent and data used to optimize a process can e interchanged between different kinds of simulation tools.
More information about the standard <here>
Book How Knowledge Workers Get Things Done published worldwide
Process Sphere is proud to announce that following the presentation made in BPM conference Europe 2012, under the theme "Managing structured and unstructured processes under the same umbrella" was invited to participate as co-author in the book How Knowledge Workers Get Things Done.
Structured and predictable work is easy to support using traditional information systems, while the unstructured work in knowledge management sphere, requires open collaboration to find solutions. In these situations, we need to rethink and adapt the enterprise architecture according to the paradigms of Adaptive Case Management that Process Sphere advocates.
This book describes the work of managers, executives, doctors, lawyers, in a people oriented era, the difference is in the qualification and competence of human resources, on past experiences and tacit knowledge.
More information about the book <here>.
Process Director Predictive Analytics awarded with patent
Process Director was awarded U.S. patents for two key technologies to power next-gen business process management.
The newly-patented Predictive BPM let process owners better predict when deadlines will be missed and better track and enforce SLAs.
Predictive BPM it’s an analysis of how a given process has actually performed over time, which, when applied to running process instances, results in a credible assessment of when any given step (or the process as a whole) is likely to complete. The information is always available to process owners, graphically in real time, and to the process itself; that is, the process can change direction based on those predictions. This is actionable data based on real-world behaviour.
With another patented technology, BP Logix’s Process Timeline technology (within Process Director) integrates a “time dimension” into BPM. The approach looks to drives a new level of BPM benefit.
The Predictive BPM has features of Process Intelligence and Predictive Analytics that are part of a next generation BPM suite as specified by the latest Gartner report titled, “Magic Quadrant for Intelligent Business Process Management Suites 2012”.
Process Mining methodology awarded by Process Excellence Network
The Process Excellence Network (PEX) is a global community for process professionals, business leaders and executives who want to improve their businesses through process and operational excellence
PEX released the podcast about the worldwide-awarded case study ITIL process improvement with ANA Airports a joint project carried with Process Sphere and Fluxicon.
More info <here>.