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In this blog about process mining, I will talk about my learnings about data requirements for event logs to be used for process mining. Next to the file format, I will provide several examples showing the differences and variation options.

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Microsoft released a preview of the upcoming release of Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations version 10.0.38. When reading through the What’s New section and checking out the new records in Feature Management, I found one particularly interesting feature called Bulk editing in grids. In this post, I will share my findings when trying out this new feature.

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Process Mining New Process

Just recently, I shared my first blog post about Process Mining. In my previous post, I shared the first step to get started with Process Mining. In this post, I will go one step further and present a walkthrough of how to create a new process using an event log data file.

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Process Mining Getting Started

For a while now, Microsoft has been offering a service for process mining and task mining. In Power Automate there is a Process Mining tool embedded. Process mining can help with e.g. finding bottlenecks or errors in processes or making measured decisions on what tasks could be automated. While I have my main focus on Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations, process mining is a very interesting event analysis tool that can help many ERP customers. After giving some presentations about this topic, I thought it would be useful to share my knowledge on my website. This will be my first post about the Process Mining tool, but I will add more posts in the future on this topic looking at it from the angle of Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations.

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