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Our Process Mining Introduction courses are designed by experienced specialists to help you understand and apply the fundamentals. 

Are you new to Process Mining?

Have you heard something about Process Mining from your colleagues or seen something on the internet and would like to know more? Please explore our introduction training options below.

Process Mining 101
This brief introduction course is the perfect opportunity to gain a basic understanding of how process mining works, and how it can be applied.
Process Selection
The most popular processes found on the market are sales and purchasing processes. However, Order to Cash (O2C) and Purchase to Pay (P2P) might not always be the best candidates to start or continue your Process Mining journey.
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All of the available training tracks are completely customizable and can be adapted to suit your specific use case.
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Process Mining 101

Short Introduction Course

This brief introduction course is the perfect opportunity to gain a basic understanding of how process mining works, and how it can be applied.

Course Duration: 

From 4 to 6 hours

Target Audience: 

Individuals working on process improvements (program managers, operational excellence specialists, Lean and/or Six Sigma experts, etc.,) and anyone interested in understanding the capabilities of Process Mining. 

After this course, you know: 

  • What is Process Mining 
  • The difference between Process Mining, BI and BPM
  • The added value of Process Mining
  • Basic requirements necessary to start with Process Mining  

Process Selection

Full Day Course

In this training course we will share some ideas and approached on how to choose the best process candidate to start (or continue) with process mining.  

Course Duration: 

One Full Day (8 hours) 

Target Audience: 

Individuals working on process improvements (program managers, operational excellence specialists, Lean and/or Six Sigma experts, etc) who want to evaluate if a process is a suitable candidate for Process Mining. 

After this course, you know: 

 
  • Basic requirements necessary to start with Process Mining
  • A basic understanding of the process selection journey
  • Insights into different process assessment approaches
  • Examples of the most common processes per industry  
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