It has been great to see so many of you in person during last month’s conference frenzy. After all those Teams meetings, you sometimes forget how enjoyable it is to discuss process mining face-to-face. But, of course, we accomplished more this month than just catching up and enjoying free food. Here we are with another update, including links to the new Konekti explainers, a pre-announcement for the upcoming evaluation license, and exciting news about new features.
Seeing is believing
We’ve been extensively discussing how Konekti simplifies creating event logs for process mining. However, have you ever seen it in action? If not, check out the recently released Konekti explainers, where we guide you through the what, the why, and the how of Konekti. Both the explainer and the demo video are available now at https://getkonekti.io/video/.
And what’s better than seeing?
… Experiencing it yourself! July will be packed with working on our first pilot and implementing the new features. In August, we have some more capacity for new evaluation sessions. If you’d like to evaluate Konekti on your own system and with your own data, keep an eye out for the ‘evaluation’ button on the website. In just 30 minutes, we’ll ensure you and Konekti hit the ground running, after which you can use it freely for 30 days. If you can’t wait until August, reach out, and we’ll see if we can accommodate you earlier!
New features that bring us joy
It’s evident that Konekti can expedite the data preparation process, but can it handle more complex data? This question frequently arose during last month’s numerous evaluation sessions.
Luckily, we’re pleasantly surprised by the versatility of Konekti, effortlessly handling several of the most exotic ways of storing event data (ever worked with SAP EWM, anyone?). However, during our first pilot, we encountered several features that would greatly improve the event log creation.
Maarten and Koen have been diligently designing the new features. We’re excited, but more importantly, the first fellow process miner we showed it to, exclaimed, “This makes me really happy.” As usual, the majority of the workload for implementing the features falls on Niek’s shoulders. Fortunately, Bram’s summer holiday has started early, so we’ll get to see more of him this summer. Additionally, summer means Niek can blow off some steam on his surfboard, and who doesn’t get happy about that?
We expect to have the new features ready over the next month while working on our first pilot. No rest(-ful summer) for the wicked! Stay tuned, and feel free to reach out if you have any questions, comments, or would like to know more!