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Saturday, November 19, 2022

Microsoft Mines Process

 We worked with Microsoft to explore process mining:  Was a good idea, Now they are further investing in the idea.   See my links on the examination in this blog 

Microsoft bought process-mining vendor Minit earlier this year. Today, it's introducing a preview of new processing mining capabilities in the process advisor in Power Automate: https://t.co/PGHSjRjCKn  Via Mary Jo Foley. .... 

Via Microsoft:

  " ..  While analysts use process advisor to get deep insights into how the processes are run, uncover the root cause analysis, and provide actionable inputs for the whole organization, business users including chief financial officers (CFOs), chief operating officers (COOs), chief revenue officers (CROs), and chief marketing officers (CMOs) use process mining dashboards to take a near real-time pulse on their organization which can capture opportunities for process improvement and higher operational efficiency while mitigating undesired process outcomes.

Process mining and task mining have wide application across industries and use cases. The use cases where our customers currently drive the biggest value include order to cash (O2C), procure to pay (P2P), robotic process automation (RPA), regulatory compliance, and order to activation.

Process mining delivers a holistic view of company-wide bottlenecks and inefficiencies. These capabilities in Power Automate provide our customers with a complete end-to-end automation solution, from process mining where customers can identify automation opportunities, to business process automation and RPA, to desktop automation.  ... ' 

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