A new version of QPR ProcessAnalyzer has been released and with that, a lot of new features have been added to the already varied feature set.
Here's a quick look at what has been added to QPR ProcessAnalyzer 2017.6:
The major feature of this release is the support for Multiwindow Process Analysis. Need to create new, custom views for specific analysis? It's now possible with the customizable dashboards offered.
If you want to take dashboard customization even further, you can now add SVG Backgrounds to views and panels. You can make your dashboards look more impressive by adding a SVG image to it.
For powerful analysis, the new version offers a table view for Profiling Analysis. For larger datasets with multiple attributes, this is an extremely useful feature as you can easily profile the data with the table.
If you want to do accurate lead time analysis, you will find the table view for Duration Analysis very useful. The data presented in the tables offers you accurate data and can be used for further analysis.
Managing navigation and creating links for dashboards has been furthered with the addition of Identifier Support. You can now give your dashboards identifiers that you choose, making your dashboard management much easier.
For more under the hood features, we implemented dynamic tag support. Dynamic tags allow you to add functional behaviour to dashboards by specifying set context variables. This will lead to more responsive dashboards!
Finally, we redesigned the zoom buttons. Not only did we redesign the buttons, but we implemented into the analysis window! By adding a zoom button to the analysis window, we now offer you the chance more control on the visualization of the analysis.
These features and many more other improvements make the already great Process Mining tool even greater!
If you want to see what these features look like in action, please register for our webinar on 22nd of august, 1.00pm (EEST).
If you want to download the newest version for your use, please click here.
For more information on the new features and others included in QPR ProcessAnalyzer, please visit the QPR ProcessAnalyzer Wiki.