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Analyze multiple processes

This quick tutorial shows you how to combine multiple processes into one integrated view with the Multi-Event Log technology. You can analyze the entire process landscape of your business holistically.

The Multi-Event Log technology provides the capability to analyze end-to-end business processes and their inter-dependencies within one analysis. It allows you to connect directly linked processes and to bring indirectly linked processes into context.

You can include multiple Event Logs with their respective case tables in one semantic Data Model. All Event Logs can be linked to each other as well as to master data via joins and foreign key relationships. A holistic analysis can then access all this data on top.

The steps are:

Step 1. Set up your Data Model
  1. Go to an existing Data Model.

  2. Add an additional Eventlog.

  3. Assign a Case Table to the Eventlog.

  4. Link Case Tables with a common ID.

  5. Repeat Steps 2-4 for as many Eventlogs as desired.

  6. Load the Data Model.

Step 2. View all Processes in one Analysis
  1. Go to Process Analytics.

  2. Create a workspace and an analysis.

  3. Create one Process Explorer per Eventlog.

  4. Assign the Event logs with the Custom Dimension option to the Process Explorer.

  5. Start exploring your data with filters, charts and tables.

Step 3. Create Process KPIs and filter across processes
  1. Create a new sheet.

  2. Create a table with your Event logs.

  3. Configure number components with the default Throughput Time KPI.

  4. Adjust the PQL formula of the KPI to change the Eventlog PQL reference.

  5. Filter on a case in one process - all linked data from the other processes are also filtered.

Multi-Event Log in Studio

You can find a quick setup of multi-event log processes in the Views & Knowledge Model.

Dedicated Space on Multi-Event Log

Please find the dedicated space on the Multi-Event Log.