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This is what Automated Business Process Discovery brings to the table.

“Automated Business Process Discovery (ABPD) delivers the ability to take system data and automatically piece together “as-is” business processes. ABPD visually demonstrates process exceptions, unusual transactions, bottlenecks, deviations, weaknesses and potential risks in processes. Being able to actually see how things are running in the organization, ABPD empowers analysts and process owners to effectively optimize business processes.

Applied at a discovery phase, ABPD visualizes the “as-is process” in terms of design, variations and patterns, in addition to calculating process performance information by simply pushing a button. With this, it gives a fast track to understanding the dynamics of business processes and how to best implement a BPM or Case Management System.

By using event logs from a BPMS or Case Management System, ABPD makes all the difference if business or process owners need to drill down to an identified problem. ABPD is very strong in root cause analysis as well as in visualizing exceptional pathways, which are often cost intensive. It can also help completely eliminate the weeks or months needed for labour intensive exploration. With this, ABPD gives customers as well as BPM vendors the opportunity, to realize the full potential of BPM.

Combining ABPD with a BPM solution, results in shortening the time between measurement, diagnosis and action. ABPD makes a difference in lowering costs, supporting revenue growth, bringing also greater customer retention and more business agility.” (Source:

ABPD will give you a clear “point-of-departure” and it will also make sure you keep on track, because of the simplicity of the repeated follow-up/measures.



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