FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Montreal, Quebec, Canada, December 10, 2015 — Trisotech (http://www.trisotech.com) announced today that they have formed a partnership with Fluxicon, creators of the software product Disco, a revolutionary process mining technology that helps organizations create beautiful visual maps from their process data. Fluxicon is headquartered in Eindhoven, Netherlands.
Dr. Anne Rozinat, is a Co-founder of Fluxicon who has conducted a large number of process mining projects with companies such as Philips Healthcare, Océ, ASML, Philips Consumer Lifestyle , and many others. Dr. Rozinat says, “Process mining and process modeling are really complementary. In process mining, you discover how processes are really running based on IT data and analyze all the things that are wrong or right about it. Once you have arrived at a process map that you want to use for documentation, you need a different environment – a process modeling environment, where you can customize and adapt the process maps to your needs.”
Dr. Rozinat continues, “We are excited about the integration that Trisotech has built for our process mining software Disco. Any process map discovered in Disco can be directly imported into the Trisotech BPMN modeler . Customers who want to integrate their discovered process maps into their BPMN documentation environment will love this.”
“It is really exciting for Trisotech to partner with Fluxicon because they are on the leading edge of avant-garde process discovery techniques. The Fluxicon principals have been researching process mining and BPM for years and they are leading experts on this topic.” says Trisotech CSO, George Barlow. “Trisotech has directly integrated the import of Fluxicon process findings (Disco Import) into the BPMN modeler component of our Digital Enterprise Suite. This means that organizations can use process mining technology to discover their existing processes and then turn those discoveries into industry-standard BPMN 2.0 diagrams. These BPMN diagrams then automatically become part of the Digital Enterprise Suite where they can be combined with the power of the Discovery Accelerator , Case Management, Decision Management, and the Insight Analyzer all powered by Trisotech’s revolutionary Digital Enterprise Graph .”
At Fluxicon we build on a decade-long experience with developing process mining algorithms and software (we were PhDs and lead developers in the process mining group of Wil van der Aalst at Eindhoven University of Technology ) but focus on professional users. With Disco, we provide a process mining solution that can deal with large data sets (millions of records) and allows process managers and process analysts to get quick results due to an obsessively streamlined user experience. Disco was released in June 2012 as a commercial offering and is constantly updated and further developed.
Trisotech is a global leader in digital enterprise transformation solutions, offering innovative and easy-to-use software tools that allow customers to discover, model, analyze, transform and find insights into their digital enterprise. Trisotech customers use The Digital Enterprise Suite to provide new and revolutionary ways for their knowledge workers to collaborate and succeed in an increasingly global, connected and competitive world. Trisotech products are providing digital transformation help to manufacturing, financial, healthcare, insurance, energy, distribution, government, and many other types of organizations.
For over a decade Trisotech has been a driving force in the majority of international BPM standards in use today. Trisotech is a member of the Workflow Management Coalition (WfMC) Steering Committee, chair of the Business Process Simulation Working Group (BPSWG), and the co-Editor of the XPDL 2.2 process definition standard. At the Object Management group (OMG) , Trisotech serves as the Chair of the BPMN Interchange Working Group (BPMN MIWG), and a member of the Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN) and the Case Management Model and Notation (CMMN) team.
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