To remain competitive in today’s data world, data is key to make our business processes smart and agile. Process Mining could be of great benefit to accomplish this, as long as it is implemented accordingly. In this seminar we will explore;
how to truly get value out of Process Mining and
how it could be embedded in your organization.
Join us for an interactive and informative afternoon with reference cases that demonstrate how to get maximum value out of Process Mining, now and in the future. Register for free but do it quickly, because there is a limited number of seats. Registration closes on 30th of March. We hope to see you on the 6th of April!
Thijs van de Weijer
“2017 will be 'the year of Process Mining”
Thijs is a true process mining expert and enthusiast. He worked 8 years at Deloitte Consulting, during which he implemented many business intelligence (BI) and analytics solutions. Thijs then moved to Deloitte Innovation where he spent the next 4 years deploying a new Process Mining software solution at more than 20 companies, including some of the largest in the world. In 2015, Thijs joined Bright Cape where he and his colleagues enjoy helping clients to take the next step in becoming an insight-driven organization, through traditional BI, process mining and advanced analytics solutions.
“The business needs to be hungry for insights to make Process Mining a success”
Jacco started his career at ABN Amro six years ago: the first five years as an external consultant, the last year as an internal employee. As a consultant he had a variety of assignments, mostly in the area of Payments and Channels. Jacco was responsible for several channel migrations, and took part of the SEPA program to prepare all ABN AMRO customers for the migration to SEPA. Currently, Jacco works within Operations as an Implementation Manager and is responsible for the implementation of Process Mining.
“The best moment in a process mining project, is when you show the process owners an animation of their process. At that point you have to take a step back, say nothing and carefully look and listen to the comments .... "
After having been a consultant at Arthur D. Little for 5 years, Joris made the switch to the other side of the table and realised improvements in several line management positions within SPGPrints. After many six sigma projects, in the last two years his attention and passion shifted to the use of Big Data to make the performance of processes more transparent and realise actual improvements. Joris does this from a role as Group Operations Manager at Veco.
Diederick Badon Ghijben
“Tell me what you want, what you really, really want...”
Diederick started as Business Process Architect at Royal Vopak. After 5 years continued his career in Shell, his last role was the Global Process Analytics manager. He has a broad and deep experience in process design, process performance improvement and deployment projects in large international corporations. As the Global Process Analytics manager Diederick was responsible for the implementation of process analytics in combination with Continuous Improvement. In four years the counter is at 45+ million US dollars of savings of which 33 million in 2016.
Jeroen de Haas
"Prediction is very difficult, especially about the future." - Niels Bohr
Jeroen worked at Interpolis and Rabobank in several analytical, commercial and managerial positions. In 2015 he became partner of Bright Cape to apply his background in Econometrics & Operations Research in an entrepreneurial setting. “Now I can do what I love most; pioneer with data and coach & work together with other data enthusiasts.” Jeroen always sees the opportunity to realise competitive advantage with data.
Wil van der Aalst
"It is the Process and the Data Stupid!"
Wil van der Aalst is a full professor at the Department of Mathematics Computer Science of the Technische Universiteit Eindhoven (TU/e) where he chairs the Architecture of Information Systems (AIS) group and serves as scientific director of the Data Science Center Eindhoven (DSC/e). He is the founding father of process mining.
16:00 - Reception
16:30 - What is Process Mining and how to get value out of it
Thijs will do the kick -off with a brief explanation of Process Mining for people that are new to the concept. He will give a live demo, demonstrate hands-on examples, and share his extensive experience ‘from the field’ on how process mining can be used to generate value for the business.
Thijs van de Weijer, Bright Cape
16:45 - Overcoming the first challenges in process mining
ABN AMRO encounters within their Operations department:
A lot of data is collected, but the data is not used to its full potential
There is a lack of insight in the processes to efficiently optimize them
ABN AMRO has recently started the implementation of Process Mining. However, Process Mining has already enabled them to gain insights and optimize their processes. Jacco will talk about what they have learned so far, the challenges that ABN AMRO is facing and the most important questions that still need to be answered.
Jacco Tolman, ABN AMRO
17:20 - Process mining in a manufacturing environment
Process Mining is mainly applied within administrative processes. However, also in a manufacturing environment, Process Mining is a very valuable technique. Building on the six sigma tradition within the manufacturing industry, Veco used process mining to realise a throughput reduction of 50%. Joris will demonstrate how Veco successfully applied process mining within the six sigma toolbox. “The success factor in this project is how process mining enabled the availability of knowledge for process owners.”
Joris Keizers, Veco
17:55 - Break
18:10 - Monetising the promise of Process Mining
There are different ways to discover, measure and monitor your process; Process Mining, Process Analytics and Data Mining; all promise the earth. Application doesn’t mean directly a success, you have to combine the right commercial mindset, improvement methodologies and culture for successful deployment. Diederick will explain how to embed Process Mining into your organisation to monetise the promise of this technique.
Diederick Badon Ghijben
18:45 - Process Mining and beyond
Process Mining seems to only provide insights of the process after it occurred. However, these insights are only the beginning. More advanced techniques are available to get more value out of Process Mining. Jeroen will explain how data can be used to act preventive instead of corrective. He will demonstrate several reference cases that show how these techniques can be used for process optimization and value creation.
Jeroen de Haas, Bright Cape
19:05 - What is cooking? (Keynote)
Process mining is rapidly becoming a standard way to analyze performance and compliance problems based on event data. In a few years many powerful process mining tools emerged: next to the open-source ProM framework there are tools like Celonis, Disco, ProcessGold, QPR, SNP, minit, myInvenio, Perceptive, RapidProM, etc.). These are all rooted in ideas developed at TU/e over the last 20 years. Hence, it is interesting to see “what is cooking” in academia. In his talk, Wil van der Aalst (“the godfather of process mining”) reflects on the capabilities and limitations to today’s tools and the promise of a new generation of process mining tools able to turn event data into even better processes.
Prof.dr.ir. Wil van der Aalst, scientific director DSC/e
Register for free but do it quickly, because there is a limited number of seats!
When: 06/04/2017 | Time: 16:00 – 20:30 | High Tech Campus 31, EIT Digital | Eindhoven
Reservations are closed.
– First come first serve principle; invited people have priority for a seat.
– Bright Cape does not have any registration fee for the event. However if you are unable to attend and do not cancel your booking 48 hours in advance Bright Cape has the right to charge you the catering expenses of € 25,-. For cancellation send an e-mail to email@example.com.
High Tech Campus 31, EIT Digital
5656 AE Eindhoven
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