6 Steps of Process Mining – Infographic

Many Process Mining projects mainly revolve around the selection and introduction of the right Process Mining tools. Relying on the right tool is of course an important aspect in the Process Mining project. Depending on whether the process analysis project is a one-time affair or daily process monitoring, different tools are pre-selected. Whether, for example, a BI system has already been established and whether a sophisticated authorization concept is required for the process analyzes also play a role in the selection, as do many other factors.

Nevertheless, it should not be forgotten that process mining is not primarily a tool, but an analysis method, in which the first part is about the reconstruction of the processes from operational IT systems in a resulting process log (event log), the second step is about a (core) graph analysis to visualize the process flows with additional analysis/reporting elements. If this perspective on process mining is not lost sight of, companies can save a lot of costs because it allows them to concentrate on solution-oriented concepts.

However, completely independent of the tools, there is a very general procedure in this data-driven process analysis you should understand and which we would like to describe with the following infographic:

DATANOMIQ Process Mining - 6 Steps of Doing Process Mining Analysis

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Interested in introducing Process Mining to your organization? Do not hesitate to get in touch with us!

DATANOMIQ is the independent consulting and service partner for business intelligence, process mining and data science. We are opening up the diverse possibilities offered by big data and artificial intelligence in all areas of the value chain. We rely on the best minds and the most comprehensive method and technology portfolio for the use of data for business optimization.

Benjamin Aunkofer is Lead Data Scientist at DATANOMIQ, a consulting company for applied data science in Berlin. He is lecturer for Data Science and Data Strategy at HTW Berlin and gives trainings for Business Intelligence, Data Science and Machine Learning for companies.

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