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Find out how five leading process mining vendors are supporting high-impact customer use cases ranging from internal financial processes to customer-facing activities.
Google Cloud’s latest quarterly results and strong growth validate its elevation to #2 on the Cloud Wars Top 10, while they also highlight its strength in supporting AI customers.
Building on a solid base of cost savings in financial use cases, process mining is delivering major new benefits: optimizing ERP migrations and improving processes that directly impact customers.
Celonis co-CEO Alex Rinke lists scalability, innovation, and embedded knowledge as his firm’s top three differentiators in a discussion for Process Mining Battleground.
Celonis’ track record of delivering major savings for customers, innovations including object-centric functionality, and plans to tap generative AI highlight a discussion with co-CEO Alex Rinke.
SAP Signavio General Manager Rouven Morato explains how the company’s process mining capabilities empower customers with fast time to insight and adaptability. His insights are part of the Process Mining Battleground.
SAP Signavio’s end-to-end transformation suite, bolstered by data and process insights, optimizes processes from application migrations to customer service, GM Rouven Morato says.
UiPath co-CEO Rob Enslin shares details on how customers are using and benefiting from its process mining technology, part of a full suite of AI-powered applications that include testing and automation.
With its RISE with SAP program as a central force of customer innovation, SAP continues to deliver impressive cloud growth.
Apromore co-founder Marlon Dumas talks customer use cases, AI integration, and cloud-based scaling as part of the Process Mining Battleground.
Process mining software provider Apromore has an urgent focus on customer-facing processes to improve time to value for customers.
Apromore co-founder and chief product officer Marlon Dumas details the company’s long-standing no-code focus and how it will use generative AI to enhance process mining.
Three innovative moves contributed to ServiceNow’s big jump in the rankings as it ascended to number 6 in the Cloud Wars Top 10.
Mindzie places a sharp focus on democratizing its core technology, and it’s tapping generative AI to help. Learn more in our Process Mining Battleground interview with CEO James Henderson.
Process mining provides CFOs with the ability to evaluate the efficiency of customer-facing processes, optimize standard procedures, and strike a balance between customer experience and process efficiency, offering significant business value.
Bob Evans shares his thoughts on Salesforce’s 9% price increase across many of its product lines, and suggests competitors Oracle and SAP will respond aggressively.
Will customers go along with Salesforce’s price increases? If they don’t, that creates new opportunities for Oracle and SAP.
The leader of IBM Consulting’s Microsoft relationship says the partners are finding rich opportunities to help customers with mainframe and SAP modernization efforts.
SAP board member and head of global product engineering Thomas Saueressig describes why customers are moving to the cloud and S/4HANA Cloud ERP.