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    • bpmNEXT 2013: Process Mining: Discovering Process Maps from Data bpmNEXT 2013: Process Mining: Discovering Process Maps from Data Anne Rozinat and Christian W. Gunther, Fluxicon Recorded: Mar 19 2013 3:00 pm UTC 17 mins
    • Most organizations have complex processes that are invisible, thus hard to manage or improve. Each stakeholder sees only part of the process. Manual discovery through workshops, interviews, and review of existing documentation is costly and time-consuming, and rarely reflects actual process complexity. Process mining closes this gap by making the real process visible. Our process mining software Disco leverages existing IT data to generate a complete, accurate picture of the process, with actionable insight. Disco automatically analyzes actual process flows, highlights bottlenecks, shows all variants, and allows animated “replay” of the process flow, all done interactively, driven by process questions.

      Anne Rozinat has more than eight years of experience with process mining technology and obtained her PhD cum laude in the process mining group of Prof. Wil van der Aalst at the Eindhoven University of Technology in the Netherlands. Currently, she is a co-founder of Fluxicon and blogs at http://www.fluxicon.com/blog/.

      Christian W. Günther is a process mining pioneer. He has laid essential technical foundations as lead architect of the scientific process mining platform ProM, and introduced the map metaphor to process mining in his PhD thesis. His “Fuzzy Mining” approach is the predominant process mining algorithm in practical use today.

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    • How dynamic processes help savvy companies accelerate digital transformation? How dynamic processes help savvy companies accelerate digital transformation? Rebecca Wettemann, VP and founding partner of Nucleus Research; Michael Rooney, SVP and General Manager at bpm’online Recorded: Sep 29 2015 6:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    • Digital transformation requires organizations today to be both bold and agile to keep up with the pace of the market shift. Bpm’online invited Rebecca Wettemann, a world-famous CRM analyst & VP of Nucleus Research, to share her expert perspective on values of the process-focused approach to CRM during the one-hour webinar.

      Recent studies predict that by 2017 about 70% of successful digital business models will rely on dynamic processes designed to evolve with customer needs.

      CRM technology underpins nearly every customer-facing process today. At the same time, companies that are seeking the transformation, face certain barriers to change:
      •Deficiency in pre-built customer-facing processes and difficulty in modifying them.
      •Customization of business processes takes too long.
      •Specific technical expertise is required to modify processes and better align them with strategic imperatives.

      Does your CRM allow for changing customer-facing processes with minimum efforts in order to support your business growth?
      How can you make the business case for a more dynamic CRM strategy?

      Attend the 1-hour webinar to find out how to:
      • Benefit from fast and easy process adjustment – no complex and time-consuming configuration by IT specialists.
      • Timely adapt customer-facing processes in response to the rapidly changing business environment.
      • Consistently test, modify, and improve business processes.
      • Build the business case for transforming your CRM processes.

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    • Process Intelligence: Delivering New Business Value for Insurance Companies Process Intelligence: Delivering New Business Value for Insurance Companies Ed Gray, Principal, eGray Matters LLC and Alex Dibeler, BI Technology Expert, Altosoft Recorded: Dec 4 2014 8:00 pm UTC 45 mins
    • Every insurer has business intelligence (BI) tools in place, but many carriers find that traditional BI is no longer enough. Today's faster speed of business, more complex processes, and increasing compliance and E&O exposures require that insurers take advantage of process intelligence – advanced analytics providing a new, deeper level of insight down to the business process level – step by step, system to system, from start to finish.

      In this webinar, discover how process intelligence goes far beyond legacy BI to pinpoint potential issues in your underwriting, claims and other key processes, allowing you to achieve new business excellence and success:
      - Underwrite more lucrative business opportunities through optimized “triage” of new risks
      - Minimize error rates and exceptions in underwriting and claims processing that lead to lost business, non-compliance and higher costs
      - Ensure compliance with external regulations and internal policies with new actionable data visualizations
      - Do all of this and more with no BPM or process modeling tools required

      This webinar features Ed Gray, a 30-year veteran of the insurance industry who's risen to C-level positions and provided leadership in IT and business operations. Through his consulting business, Mr. Gray now helps insurance carriers and solution providers develop the vision, strategy, architecture and practical programs of initiatives to transform themselves and their market positioning and effectiveness. His experience has allowed him to see what does - and does not - deliver real value to the insurance organization.

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    • Document Process Intelligence: Drive Your Document-Centric Processes to Success Document Process Intelligence: Drive Your Document-Centric Processes to Success Matt Finch, BI Technology Expert, Altosoft, A Kofax Company Recorded: Oct 9 2014 3:00 pm UTC 58 mins
    • According to the IDC, seventy-five percent of senior execs surveyed reported that poor document-driven business processes exposed their companies to needless risk, including lost customers.
      With increased complexity of business processes and regulation—and compliance more stringent than ever—businesses must ensure that they have a holistic view of their document-driven processes and are compliant with regulatory standards.

      Document process intelligence provides a complete view of your entire document operations process, pinpointing areas of waste, inefficiencies and loss—in ways other BI tools cannot match.

      Attend our webinar and discover how document process intelligence provides:
      - Process analytics: tracking adherence with operational best practices, including measuring overall process execution
      - Process quality and compliance: detecting inefficiencies and operational failures in real-time
      - New information flow and actionable insights: leveraging operational dashboards

      Register now for this exclusive webinar that could transform your business.

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    • Process Intelligence: An Exciting New Frontier for Business Intelligence Process Intelligence: An Exciting New Frontier for Business Intelligence Claudia Imhoff, President and Founder, Intelligent Solutions and Scott Opitz, General Manager, Altosoft, A Kofax Company Recorded: Sep 18 2014 11:50 pm UTC 60 mins
    • Business Intelligence (BI) tools are a mainstay in many successful organizations, used for analyzing business trends and managing a complex business environment. BI provides answers to specific business problems but does not link processes that drive the success of an organization. In order to get a complete understanding of the operations of the organization BI must be extended to provide greater process context to business data.

      Process intelligence encompasses the capabilities of traditional BI, and extends your ability to identify challenges and opportunities in light of all the dependent processes and operational systems.

      In this informative session, attendees will get tips on how to:

      - Improve the effectiveness of operational processes: Identify exactly where waste, inefficiencies and loss (in time, effort and resources) are occurring throughout a process and take action to mitigate these bottlenecks.
      - Seamlessly aggregate and analyze data that spans multiple operational systems: Overcome the challenge of integrating data that exists multiple systems of record.
      - Determine process quality or compliance to the recommended pathway: Discover when and where exceptions to the processes occur, for example when activities are skipped or repeated.

      Join us for this exclusive webinar – led by the industry’s foremost experts on the topic – and get an inside look on how process intelligence extends BI capabilities through process analytics and process compliance.

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    • CA Process Automation r4.3:An Overview CA Process Automation r4.3:An Overview Timothy O'Briant, Senior Education Consultant,CA Technologies Recorded: Nov 18 2015 9:00 pm UTC 72 mins
    • Want to learn more about CA Process Automation 4.3?  This complementary webinar is designed to provide you, from an instructor’s perspective, with information on CA Process Automation (formerly known as CA IT PAM) and the new features in release 4.3 based on the material delivered in the CA Process Automation classes.
      During this webinar, your instructor will cover the following topics:
      - Overview of CA Process Automation
      - Applications of CA Process Automation
      - What’s new in r4.2 of CA Process Automation

      While participants should find this webinar to be very insightful, they are encouraged to attend the related courses in full in order to effectively support their CA investments. Available courses include:
      - CA Process Automation r4.0:  Designer 200
      - CA Service Desk Manager r12.7:  CA Process Automation 4.1 Integration 300

      Anyone considering using CA Process Automation and those already using an earlier version of this product should attend this webinar.  Half of the presentation will be suited for beginners and the other half for those more experienced with earlier versions of CA Process Automation.

      Instructor: Timothy O'Briant,
      Senior Education Consultant for CA Technologies

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    • How data process management drives your digital transformation? How data process management drives your digital transformation? Ronald van Loon, Director Business Development, Adversitement Recorded: Nov 12 2015 3:00 pm UTC 45 mins
    • Every leading company in the world is looking to create value from the digital era. We see many organisations struggling with this as they lack a solid fundament of Data Process Management and an holistic Digital Transformation approach with aligned people, processes and technology.
      This digital transformation to success requires a lot from an organization, as both front and back-end processes and structures need to be redefined. For companies to master this transformational change and deliver business results, data process management is essential.

      In this Data Process Management webinar, Ronald van Loon will:
      • Discuss several case studies

      • Elaborate on the challenges

      • Define the impact for organizations and professionals responsible for

      o data process management

      o digital transformation



      • Show how a new holistic approach solves these challenges

      • Discuss the results for organizations

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    • The Paperless Laboratory: A Way Into Process Optimisation The Paperless Laboratory: A Way Into Process Optimisation Peter Boogaard Recorded: Nov 5 2015 8:00 am UTC 68 mins
    • Peter will share experiences and observations how the scientific high-tech community, can benefit from adopting paperless processes in the laboratory. Is it because paper doesn’t require any significant investment budget, or is it the low barrier to access, since paper even works without power or the need to have access to an information infrastructure, or is it just simply that the “what’s in it for me” question hasn’t been answered satisfactorily for the scientists?
      Cross-functional collaboration between research, development, quality assurance and manufacturing is all about optimising and integrating multi-discipline distributed processes from start-to- finish. A paperless electronic record keeping system will add significant value to support these goals. LIMS, SDMS, LES and ELN products all reduce variability, transcription errors. Do we believe that traditional paper based systems could ever support these complex processes?

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