Microsoft is launching Power Automate Process Mining, an AI-powered tool to help organizations understand their business processes and unlock insights to optimize operations and drive continuous process improvement. With out-of-box templates, users can quickly uncover inefficiencies and automate processes with low-code.
Microsoft Launches Power Automate Process Mining and Next-Generation AI
Microsoft is celebrating its partners and thanking them for their innovation, contributions, and support over the past year. Today, the company is announcing the general availability of Power Automate Process Mining on August 1, 2023. This process intelligence tool is designed to help businesses optimize their processes, save costs, and discover opportunities to run more efficient operations.
Process Intelligence for Businesses
Power Automate Process Mining is infused with next-generation AI to enable organizations to understand what is happening across their business. It provides deep process insights to help customers identify bottlenecks in processes and continuously improve them. Out-of-box templates enable customers to seamlessly drive powerful business process insights from core line-of-business apps like SAP and also from cloud flows in Power Automate, Power Apps, Power Virtual Agents, Azure (DevOps, Logic Apps, Durable Functions, Bot Framework), and other systems of records.
Identify Inefficiencies and Gain Insights with Deep Analytics
Power Automate Process Mining helps customers get insights for process improvement by capturing rich visual process maps, analyzing end-to-end processes with AI-powered root cause analysis, and unlocking hierarchical views with interactive drill-downs. It also provides recommended key performance indicators (KPIs) and filter options to uncover inefficiencies and opportunities for automation.
Optimize Processes and Act with Low-Code Automation
This tool assists customers in gaining process insights, receiving guided recommendations, and automating tasks with Power Automate. It also allows customers to utilize multiple actions and optimize processes with Power Apps, Power Virtual Agents, and low-code. Additionally, customers can receive notifications through Microsoft Teams or Outlook when KPIs are not met.
“Process intelligence is changing the way businesses optimize their processes, save costs, and discover opportunities to run more efficient business operations.”
Monitor Processes to Drive Continuous Improvement
Power Automate Process Mining also helps customers stay on top of the implemented process optimizations through ongoing monitoring, identifying process deviations, and defining new goals and challenges. This helps them continuously analyze and improve to achieve the most efficient process and drive continuous process improvement with automation and low-code apps.
New Microsoft Power Platform Licensing
Microsoft is also announcing updates to Microsoft Power Platform licensing, to better support customer’s buying habits, making it easier than ever to get started with low-code.
“Out-of-box templates enable customers to seamlessly drive powerful business process insights from core line-of-business apps like SAP and also from cloud flows in Power Automate, Power Apps, Power Virtual Agents, Azure (DevOps, Logic Apps, Durable Functions, Bot Framework), and other systems of records.”
Microsoft Power Platform provides a comprehensive suite of cloud-based services for businesses to create apps, automate workflows, and analyze data. With the new licensing updates, customers can easily get started with low-code and leverage the full power of the platform.
Microsoft Power Platform is a powerful tool for businesses to optimize their processes, save costs, and drive continuous process improvement with automation and low-code apps. With its new Power Automate Process Mining capabilities and updated licensing, customers can now easily get started with low-code and unlock process insights to improve their business operations.
- Uncover inefficiencies and gain insights with deep analytics
- Get value faster with out-of-box templates for finance, supply chain, and other use cases
- Optimize processes and act with low-code automation
- Monitor your processes to drive continuous improvement
- Analyze and improve to achieve the most efficient process
From the Microsoft Power Platform Blog