Celonis has set up an early access program for its new version of the Intelligent Business Cloud. Snap should become a free version of the Intelligent Business Cloud and be open to everyone. This allows everyone to use the company’s process mining software.

According to Celonis, Snap is not only a free version of their enterprise product. It is a completely new form of subscription to the Intelligent Business Cloud, designed to meet the needs of smaller businesses, start-ups and individual users.

Features

According to the company, Snap delivers functions that the community of daily users has asked for. This is an easier way to find the process in systems like ServiceNow, as well as the ability to work with event logs in flat files. In addition, several new user-friendly features have been introduced. For example, there is step-by-step guidance and built-in resources, such as video walkthroughs. In addition, pre-built analyses have been added so that everyone can get started with Process Discovery.

Process Discovery makes it possible to objectively visualize a process in order to understand all variations, breakdowns and opportunities for improvement. The function was also included in other versions of the Intelligent Business Cloud. Snap Data Connectors are included, giving users insight into virtually any process by uploading flat files or connecting to Google Sheets or ServiceNow. With Process Analysis, causes of process variations and deviations can be found, and the business impact can be quantified.

The Conformance Checker shows what causes deviations from the standard processes. Benchmarking allows users to compare processes with the department to discover best practices. It is also possible to share process insights directly with others, in order to work together. In addition, users have access to free Celonis Training & Resources, and there is a community where they can ask questions and share tips.

Availability

Celonis Snap is part of the Intelligent Business Cloud, which means no deployment is required. Users log in with their email address and can then use the service. The version will be officially launched on June 24th, but is now available as Early Access.

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