In this Celosphere 2022 analyst take, Tom Smith and Kieron Allen review tips on successful process mining, sustainability, and partner relations shared by Bayer buyer Timo Peters.
In Ep. 1 of the Acceleration Economy Minute, Kieron reports from Celosphere 2022 and explains why critical integration is a key theme of three newly announced process mining tools.
Reporting from Celosphere 2022, Tom Smith covers the process mining stalwart’s new apps, which take a process-centric approach to solving sustainability problems.
In this analyst take recorded on-location at Celosphere 2022, Tom and Kieron discuss new Celonis products and partnerships, and how they will positively impact customers.
In the opening keynote, Celosphere 2022 attendees heard from Celonis Co-CEO Alex Rinke and Wil van der Aalst, “the godfather of process mining.”
In this analyst take, Kieron reports from Celosphere 2022 and shares what he is looking forward to learning about process mining and execution management this week.
Celonis’ new Process Sphere provides cross-process visibility; Business Miner gives more users access to the company’s core technology.
With deeper supply chain insights and broader access to its technology for users and developers, Celonis expands process mining’s footprint with Process Sphere and Business Miner.
Tom Smith talks with Celonis co-CEO Alex Rinke, who extols the “vision and confidence” that customers will gain at the upcoming Celosphere event.
Process mining delivers powerful results for giant companies. A German consulting startup aims to extend those benefits to the mid-market.
Logatik’s CEO got exposure to process mining in university and professional settings, then took the leap into consulting for mid-size firms.
Tom Smith talks with Celonis Chief Engineering Officer Vaish Sashikanth about what to expect from the upcoming Celosphere event. Sponsored by Celonis.
Soon after securing a major new round of investment, the execution software supplier is making further inroads with macro-focused CEOs thanks to its profit and loss impact.
Celonis occupies a unique position in the software industry: It doesn’t manage core business functions like an ERP system, yet it delivers an outsized financial impact for its customers.
The automation software leader just acquired Re:infer, a London-based provider of natural language processing software for unstructured documents and communications, to help deliver superior interactions with customers.
Tom Smith shares highlights from his interview with Celonis co-founder and co-CEO Alex Rinke on supply chains, co-innovation, and sustainability.