Panel on the future of process mining

Tuesday 25-6-2019, 16.30-17.15

The panel of the future, chaired by Marc Karremans (Gartner) and Wil van der Aalst (RWTH Aachen and Fraunhofer FIT), includes a range of true experts in the field of process mining: Alexander Rinke (Celonis), Anne Rozinat (Fluxicon), Christiaan Esmeijer (ProcessGold), Elham Ramezani (KPMG), Fabrice Baranski (Logpickr), Gia-Thi Nguyen (Siemens), Julian Krumeich (Software AG), Kleber Stroeh (Everflow), Marc Gittler (DHL), Massimiliano Delsante (Cognitive Technology), Michael Wiese (Ernst & Young), Oliver Salzmann (Deloitte), Sofia Passova (StereoLOGIC), Teemu Letho (QPR Software), Thijs van de Weijer (Bright Cape), Thomas Baier (Lana Labs), and Tobias Rother (Process Analytics Factory). These eminent panelists represent large process mining users, software vendors, and analysts. Many of them have witnessed and contributed to the uptake of process mining. They will be asked to take a stand on provocative statements such as: “I’m looking forward to the next AI winter”, “Process mining be should part of any Six Sigma Black Belt training program”, “Process Mining has no future without better data integration”, “Conformance checking is more important than process discovery”,  “Let’s stop making BPMN models”,  and “We do not need centers of excellence for process mining”.