- 24 July 2012 16:20
XMPro releases new iBOS Process-Mining Module, XMAnalyzer, for Intelligent Business Process Management (iBPM) solutions.
Sydney, Australia 2012-07-23. XMPro, leading provider of Intelligent Business Process Management solutions, announces the release of XMAnalyzer, the process-mining module of XMPro iBOS (Intelligent Business Operations Server).
Key features include: • Insight into current operating business processes. Operations Managers are able to see a comprehensive picture demonstrating actual paths their processes are taking. • Ability to analyze the tangible sequence flow of processes based on transactions, events or activities versus predetermined workflows. This includes processes that been structured with a workflow or BPM tool as well as processes that need to remain unstructured for flexibility purposes. • Graphical illustration of all process paths consolidated into one diagram with the ability to see individual unique process paths. • Quick user-friendly interpretable displays made up of color and line thicknesses. • Easily accessible to end-users from their daily work areas. • Manipulation controls such as pan and zoom to analyze complex or ‘Big’ data. • Import and export functionality into Microsoft Excel for non XMPro iBOS database users
“This release of the XMAnalyzer is the perfect tool for our clients to pin-point their problem areas and gives them a visual illustration of what is really happening in their businesses. It is literally changing the way they are doing their daily business and helping them gain control,” says Pieter van Schalkwyk, CEO of XMPro. “After seeing the results from applying this tool to our clients’ processes, we are convinced that this is the best way to effectively analyze business processes. This is ground breaking technology and we are very proud of it.”
XMPro is recognized by top industry analyst firm, Gartner, as a Cool Vendor for Business Process Management 2012 due to their innovative and intriguing approach to iBPMS solutions as well as the impact they are having on their client’s daily processes. Who should be interested in this new technology? Operations Managers and Process Improvement Analysts who are interested in operational risk, compliance and process improvement opportunities. For more information visit http://xmpro.com/xmpro-ibpms/xmanalyzer/.
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