Identify Issues, Adapt, and Improve Process Performance
By leveraging tools, such as Process Mining, we can identify and address efficiency, quality, and compliance issues at pace, and with certainty, to eliminate process bottlenecks and gain transparency. Process Mining enables the data-supported insights needed to deliver fast, focused, and pragmatic improvements to our business processes.
This webinar will focus on two approaches for getting the most value out of Process Mining in your organization. Using case examples, we will demonstrate how an organization just getting started with BPM was able to get value from Process Mining and how Process Mining was applied at an organization farther along in their BPM journey to establish process transparency and adapt their strategy with changing demand.
Attendees of this webinar will learn how to:
- Identify and prioritize where to apply Process Mining
- Deliver fast benefits of Process Mining throughout your improvement journey
- Sustain and maintain value from a Process Mining initiative
You will receive the link to join the webinar and all other details by email. Can’t make the broadcast? Register anyway, and you will be sent the recording to watch at your convenience.
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About the speaker
Brendan Preston is an analyst with a passion for optimizing business processes by aligning people and technology. Brendan has a deep passion for technology. His passion is translated directly into his drive to leverage technology as an enabling force on operational performance. Brendan’s experience at BPM-D paired with his career background have provided him with a diverse knowledge base in insurance, biologics, information technology and logistics industries. His familiarity and comfort with information technology and analytical tools enable him to translate business data into valuable business insights.
Through BPM-Discipline methods, tools and approaches, Brendan works diligently to deliver data-driven solutions to business performance bottlenecks.