Need to analyze and optimize your business processes? Then you need an overview of the execution data: process, data, actors (human and robots) and systems (forms, apps, 3rd party software).
The Process Analytics project ultimately supports the creation of tools that can be used to:
- give an visual overview of process execution and business data,
- help process understanding through analysis of its data, and
- make good choices for process optimization.
You can create and build applications to visualize:
- Monitoring an individual process instance execution
- Monitoring of all process instances for a selected process
- Prediction of a process instance execution
- Other process data
- Drill down through process execution flow
- Related resource data
- And more…
The Process Analytics project provides a set of libraries that can be integrated into automation tools, process mining, Business Intelligence tools, RPA, services orchestration, and others.
These libraries will make it easy to render processes, human tasks, automatic and robotic (RPA) talks, and system-related execution data.
April 2023 News
Process Analytics brings exciting updates this month, including a new bpmnVisualizationR release and the pm4py demo update.
March 2023 News
Process Analytics brings exciting updates this month, including a new API for programmatically styling BPMN elements.
February 2023 News
Check out our February edition for our official release on CRAN, bpmn navigation, upcoming events, and more.
January 2023 News
Discover an exciting demo of integrating bpmn-visualization with pm4py. Check this and more in our January news update.
December 2022 News
We now support the complex gateway of BPMN. Plus, get a sneak peek at our 2023 roadmap in our December news report.
Exploring the intersection of BPMN with Process Mining
This article describes our experience integrating the bpmn-visualization library with the popular Python process mining library pm4py.
Interview with Prof. Wil van der Aalst at ICPM 2022
Interview with Prof. Wil van der Aalst about the scope of Process Mining, research advances, industry adoption, and what the future holds.
Hacktoberfest 2022: Now, it’s an official Process Analytics tradition!
The Process Analytics team is participating in Hacktoberfest 2022, as we did the 2 last years.
Getting started with bpmn-visualization
A getting started tutorial to bpmn-visualization using an online monitoring scenario.
Dive Into Process Analytics at Bonita Day Paris
In early April 2022, we presented the Process Analytics project (in 🇫🇷) with an integration use case through a ticketing application.