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Our process mining assessment gives you an "X-ray" of your business processes.

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Our Process Mining Assessment Gives You an "X-Ray"of your business processes, so you can see how they really work and identify inefficiencies.


Using data from your existing systems,such as ERP and CRM,process mining software helps you gain complete visibility into your processes.

Business processes are the soul of a company. There is a process behind everything an organization does: buy, sell, pay, collect, send, etc. When these processes work better, your business works better.


Process mining is the key to visualizing and analyzing your processes as they really are. 


The technology pulls data from your underlying systems to give you complete, real-time visibility into how your processes are running. Armed with that understanding, optimizing processes and their results is easier than ever.


Think about how doctors use an x-ray to diagnose the problem: they don't stop there. Then they must apply the appropriate remedy to treat and cure the problem.


In the same way, once our process mining assessment gives you an X-ray of your process and pinpoints gaps, we provide:


Consultation, service and tools to make improvements in

the process.


We eliminate bottlenecks, implementing automation and redesigning processes to improve results.

 How does the 

process mining?

Since the emergence of databases and transactional systems such as ERPs, companies have invested in digitizing processes and optimizing them so that they work more efficiently.

And yet, the processes of most companies are not working at their full potential. Just look at the average process performance compared to best-in-class benchmarks:


In most cases, companies have outlined the way these processes should work in an ideal world. But how they work in the real world  can be a very different story.


The problem is that many organizations can't see or understand what's going on in these processes on a day-to-day basis, so they can't tell the difference between the process "as is" and "as expected".


And as they say, you can't fix what you can't see.


These four processes are very different, as are the systems, data, and people behind them. But they have one thing in common:How these processes are executed has a direct impact on critical business outcomes.


 When these processes run efficiently, products reach customers on time, orders are processed faster, operating costs are minimized, and working capital is freed up.

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