Topic: Process Intelligence
The Importance of Data Transformation in Process Mining and Discovery
Process mining and discovery is a rapidly growing market segment that empowers organizations to gain visibility to how their processes work, identify root causes of process inefficiencies, and make informed business decisions to optimize process execution.
How Digital Intelligence Is Being Used to Track and Report the COVID-19 Vaccines
The COVID-19 vaccination effort is complex in the U.S. While the federal government allocates available vaccine doses, each state handles its own distribution. So, how can healthcare organizations track and report the COVID-19 vaccines? With Digital Intelligence.
New Digital Intelligence Solutions Announced During ABBYY Reimagine
This year at ABBYY’s virtual conference, ABBYY Reimagine, we are announcing new Digital Intelligence solutions that empower a wide range of users with new capabilities that make it easier than ever to add AI to intelligent automation platforms.
ABBYY 2020 Favorites: Our Most Compelling Process Intelligence Stories of the Year
Process Intelligence is an advanced approach, using techniques like task and process mining to help clients in a variety of industries to better connect their people, processes, and content, and quickly identify opportunities for improvements. It has sparked a better way to approach business improvement.
What is Process Mining in Healthcare?
To manage the future of healthcare needs, providers must be able to better manage their business and clinical processes. Determining where and how to employ a quality improvement strategy is complex, but Process Mining can help medical professionals better understand clinical processes.
New COVID Data: The Real Impact of Bad Business Processes on Employees
We’ve heard a lot about the impact of COVID-19 in the workplace – the transition to work-from-home, the emotional toll on employees worried about health and safety, and juggling remote learning for school-aged children. Once we settled into a new-normal routine, another challenge became apparent in the workplace – bad business processes.