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BPM 2014 – one of the main events on the Business Process Management (BPM) calendar – was held last month in Eindhoven, Netherlands.

Though the conference attracts mostly academic attendees there was plenty of work presented which should flow through to exciting and powerful new tools for practitioners over the next few years.

The last few years have seen increasing interest in process mining within the BPM community and BPM 2014 was no exception with a number of process mining sessions and demos.

I’ll be posting here shortly about some of these highlights.

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