This video shows receivables followed by payment reminders, which have been closed out although no payment was received. This example also identifies the particular clients and order values. Process Mining in Power BI helps finding receivables that have been closed by mistake.
This example shows average lead times of diverse product categories, from order confirmation to delivery. Process Mining in Power BI identifies call orders with exceptionally long lead times, when the supplier is being used as an external warehouse. This example also shows the production figures of product categories. During further proceedings, every production number can be allocated to a client and order.
Process Mining in Power BI runs all process sequences through its target process filter and identifies divergences from the target. These separated cases can be broken down into all levels, e.g. order, client, turnover, underlying lead times and more.
Examples showing the integration of Process Mining (process.science for Power Bi) into the Power BI environment
Examples showing the integration of Process Mining (process.science for Qlik Sense) into the Qlik Sense environment