Tech breakthroughs unveiled at Celosphere 2023 could skyrocket process mining to the stars

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Celonis announced that more than 3,000 of the world’s top process mining experts will convene at Celosphere 2023 in Munich, Germany on November 14-15.

Celosphere is a two-day process mining conference and aims to gather experts from around the globe, with the goal to make processes work for people and companies, while also working towards sustainability targets.

To mark the event’s fifth year, Celonis converted an airplane hangar at Munich Airport, complete with Bavarian-themed materials, into the epicenter of the conference.

This year’s Celosphere has invited a huge roster of guests to speak, with experts invited from around the globe to talk about process mining. International, renowned speakers include: Sanna Marin, the former prime minister of Finland, Bayer, Campari Group, Credibom (Credit Agricole), Deutsche Telekom, E.On, ERGO, Fresenius Medical Care, Huntsman Corporation, INGKA Group (an IKEA retailer), Lufthansa Group, Merck Sharp & Dohme (MSD), Norsk Hydro, Sartorius, Siemens, STADA Arzneimittel, Technical University of Munich, Thyssenkrupp Rasselstein GmbH, Uniper, and more.

Celosphere offers attendees the choice of over a hundred different sessions to listen-in on, all carried out by leading industry executives, analysts and process excellence experts. Attendees can also try hands-on workshops, live product demos and specialist-led technical training.

“Each year, Celosphere helps customers see both the 30,000 feet view and be in the control tower when it comes to realizing massive value in their business, and this year will be no different,” said Alex Rinke, Celonis co-CEO and co-founder. “Attendees will learn how process mining helps cut costs, accelerate growth, reduce emissions and supercharge performance, and how Celonis is pushing the limits of what’s possible. Celosphere is for fellow changemakers who know that making processes work for everyone, means companies run better, generate more value and are more sustainable.”