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 +====== SAP Process Mining at Ciber ======
 +Ciber Netherlands [1] is an IT consulting company, with its origins in Detroit, integrated now within
 +the Manpower group. They have a strong interest in using Process Mining to improve their systems
 +and the services they provide to their customers. In particular, they wish to apply Process Mining to
 +the systems they use for managing their internal processes. Their interest is on focusing their efforts
 +on the SAP platform, which many of their clients use as well. Performing this project on their own
 +SAP systems would be a great way to demonstrate the potential of Process Mining in these kind of
 +environments,​ which they would be able to extend for their clients. Until now, Process Mining on
 +SAP systems has been performed in an ad-hoc fashion. However, we aim at automating this
 +procedure and applying new techniques [2,3] to extract the relevant information. These techniques
 +allow to retrieve historical and execution information,​ enabling the application of analysis methods
 +in a more standardized and meaningful way. To apply these techniques in real-life scenarios, many
 +challenges remain open. One of them is to be able to identify interesting views on the data in order
 +to obtain useful representations of the process. Often, this requires the involvement of domain
 +experts, but a more automatic way would be desirable. Therefore, the project would not only
 +involve the application of existing techniques, but the development of new methods to identify
 +meaningful views on the real data.
 +===== References =====
 +| [1] | http://​ciber.nl |
 +| [2] | E. González López de Murillas, Hajo A. Reijers, Wil M.P. van der Aalst, “Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Your Process, But Did Not Know How To Ask”, 2016 - PQ 2016, 1st International Workshop on Process Querying, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil. [[https://​www.win.tue.nl/​~egonzale/​wp-content/​uploads/​2016/​08/​dapoqlang-eduardo-gonzalez-pq-2016.pdf]] |
 +| [3] | E. González López de Murillas, Hajo A. Reijers, Wil M.P. van der Aalst, “Connecting Databases with Process Mining: A Meta Model and Toolset”, 2016 - BPMDS 2016, 17th International Conference, Ljubljana, Slovenia. [[https://​www.win.tue.nl/​~egonzale/​wp-content/​uploads/​2016/​05/​connecting-databases-eduardogonzalez-bpmds-2016.pdf]] |
 +===== Contact =====
 +For more information,​ please contact [[:​organization:​staff:​e.gonzalez|Eduardo González Lopéz de Murillas]].
 +|  {{:​images:​logo_experis_ciber_new.png?​direct&​200|}} ​ |