Hosting invited lecture from Celonis

Today, an invited lecture was performed in my BPM course at the University of Maribor. I had the honor of hosting process mining experts from Celonis, one of the fastest-growing tech companies in Europe. The participants were Slovenian 2nd Bologna stage students and Erasmus students from different European countries, who attend the course.  The invited lecture was performed in Zoom and announced as follows:

Have you ever heard about Process Mining?

Process Mining uses data science to reconstruct organizational processes and reveal bottlenecks based on data stored in IT systems. With its academic DNA Process Mining has not only turned into a budding research field but also transformed the way organizations operate. The talk will cover an introduction to Process Mining both from an academic and applied perspective, its application in data-driven management today as well as a live demonstration of the software. This will include a deep-dive into creating new analyses in the Celonis software with your own Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and graphical components, an intro to Process Query Language (PQL), as well as an explanation on how to import your own data. The session will also include insights into the unicorn story of Celonis.

As one of the fastest-growing tech companies in Europe, Celonis grew from a student start-up into the global market leader and pioneer of digital transformation as well as recent tech-unicorn realizing millions of savings for global players like Lufthansa, Vodafone or Uber.

Many thanks to Josua and Josephine for an excellent lecture on process mining with Celonis.

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