Best of Both Worlds for Effective Decision-Making
In recent years, the rise of process mining techniques has enabled business leaders and front-line managers to access facts for effective decision-making. As a discovery technique, process mining might have once been used to audit processes by capturing data during a single moment. Now, however, businesses can fully integrate process mining into their business process management approach and have real-time visibility to their operations. They can identify bottlenecks, spot inefficiencies and fix broken processes. Perhaps more importantly, if they do it with the right mindset, they can create a practical approach to operational excellence. In this webinar, we’ll discuss one such approach.
- The value of integrating process mining with BPM
- A practical approach to integration with Signavio
- The key benefits, capabilities, and impact
What customers are saying…
Signavio is very intuitive. Having all the information about the process available in one place is a huge advantage for all employees. – Thomas Kuhn, CoE Process Management Manager, Hirslanden
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About the speakers
Jean-Patrick Ascenci manages the Consulting Alliances Ecosystem in the Americas region for Signavio. In his role, he develops integrated solutions and frameworks that leverage the disciplines of BPM, RPA, Process Mining and Enterprise Architecture. He is responsible for creating the organization’s ability to deliver rapid, tangible and durable business value for clients. Over the past 15 years, he has led dozens of global Business Process Management and Enterprise Architecture initiatives.
Mauricio Medina has over 30 years experience in the IT space, having held positions in sales, marketing, media interface, is a former Director at Compuware (now BMC), was a founder of the Brazilian branch of Rational Software (now IBM). Since 2002, he has been the CEO of Consequor Tecnologia, an organization with the pedigree of innovation and success in the Brazilian market. Consequor was the first company to achieve success in Application Performance Monitoring, and works with customers in banking, insurance, services, telecom and oil & gas verticals.