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Pre-BANYAS history

Knowledge – how does it pay back? Is there a universal cost of:

Until recently event logs were considered as the only source of process-related information and as a consequence – essential for applying process mining techniques.
Since the introduction of BANYAS from Banyas the disadvantages of event logs got more transparency. Everybody agrees that they are not covering significant part of processes, are available not for all SAP objects and frequently are switched off.

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True ROI

Knowledge – how does it pay back? Is there a universal cost of:

  • objectiveness and standardization of process knowledge
  • comprehensiveness without overlapping, that cannot be achieved in non-automated methods
  • transparency throughout the company

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BANYAS for Sustaining ERP Benefits

What if our real processes would be transparent?

Then we could provide our experienced users with more access and freedom. We would be able to see what they are doing and how this can be turned into the best practices. The value of our ERP system would be seriously increased and users would feel that the system is becoming the tool for them, instead of commonly known feeling of slavery to the system.

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BANYAS for Process Mining Tools

One of BANYAS outputs is a universal, self-built change log for all, what is happening. Standardized structure for the BANYAS-generated process descriptions supplies process mining with the data, ready for analysis and visualization, which should spare very significant efforts of data preparation.

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Audit – Adversary Or Partner

Audit, be it financial, ISO, FDA, SOX or any other, creates tangible nervosity in any organization. The auditor is viewed as an adversary or at least a policeman. This feeling is obvious when the processes are not transparent, control is done only at fixed stages and number of variations is unclear. Auditors will check accuracy of the numbers and the processes from unpredictable angles, which is definitely dreadful.

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