Signavio Process Manager Process Modeling/Mining/Automation

How would you assess the solution’s integration of process modeling, mining, and automation?

Head of Global Operation Excellence at a media company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We have not yet begun to use process mining in our company. I think that it is the second or third step, rather than the first.
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Business Process Consultant at Hirslanden AG
We have not really used process modeling and automation to this point. We mainly document processes and try to get a better handle on the documentation. This helps us to close the gap between what is documented and how people do their work on a daily basis. At the same time, I think it's a very good framework to dig deeper into data mining, process intelligence, and also workflow accelerator because once you have to have processes, you can build on that. It's the fundamentals.
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Business Process Manager at Chal tec
We are not using automation and process mining at this time. We are just using the workflow accelerator and the process manager.
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Manager at a consultancy with 51-200 employees
With regard to the solution’s integration of process modeling, mining, and automation, we usually get started from a maturity-level point of view. We've got our own framework to independently assess different customers process landscapes, and this is firstly done by our maturity level questionnaire, then intense interviews, and by having a thorough look at the data documents. It's pretty much hands-on and a lot of talking.
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Procurement Lead at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
In terms of process modeling and automation, I can only speak on the process mapping feature, because that is the area I'm responsible for. I would rate it at a very, very high level. Besides ease of use, it is actually very professional in terms of its visualization. We even use it for external compliance audits and the like.
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Team Leader Business Process Management at Laepple AG
We are not yet using the process mining functionality because we are still in the process modeling stage of development.
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IT Team Assistant for Integrity and Compliance at TUI Group
We have not yet begun the integration of process modeling, mining, and automation. In fact, we haven't really begun to optimize yet. We are still in the first process of documenting our current processes and unifying them.
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Principal Business Process Architect at Met Office
The integration of process modeling, mining, and automation, works well. We have the workflow accelerated to do the automation.
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Process Manager at a wholesaler/distributor
We are not currently using mining or automation functionality. We are in the middle of changing our ERP, and none of our processes were documented. The first step is documenting our old processes, and we have process mining as part of our longterm vision.
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Process Architecture Lead at a insurance company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The solution's integration of process modeling, mining, and automation in one place really helps. That central hub is a nice feature.
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Process Manager at a energy/utilities company with 51-200 employees
We don't use the process mining functionality yet. I intend to use it in a few years, maybe in a few months, depending on how quick we are. Currently, we are at a very early stage of process management in our company. We first have to define our processes and understand how we currently work before we can think about process mining. It makes sense to know what to do before automation, and definitely, process mining and RPA are really interesting topics and relevant for the future.
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Head of Business Analysis Design and Engineering at BBC
We do not yet use the process mining and process intelligence functionality, but it is on the roadmap and we plan to do a proof of value this year.
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