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Consumer Goods Company uses Business Process Conformance Checking to Improve Operational Efficiency


Business process conformance checking is the name of the technique used for comparing a process model to an event log of that same process. The purpose of conformance checking is to discover two primary types of discrepancies – namely, behavior in the log file that doesn’t fit the model, or behavior allowed in the model and never observed in the log.

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