Celonis: a compelling yet rewarding path to better execution management
Updated December 27, 2021

Celonis: a compelling yet rewarding path to better execution management

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Celonis

We use Celonis daily to track operational issues, find bottlenecks and unusual process flows. With the process visibility it provides, Celonis has helped us develop greater data and process awareness during our process improvement projects. We can easily, objectively, and in real-time understand the flow of our processes, which is difficult to do with traditional methods. We believe that process mining and many of its complementary methods and technologies will be central to process/execution management in the future, and we are committed to investing further in this technology.
  • Process visibility
  • Process conformance
  • Dependence on external consulting in implementation
  • Its suitability for SMEs
  • Too many functionalities which are not best of breed
  • digital transformation awareness
  • operational insights that drive actions
  • consulting fees
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It showed us process analysts what data we can capture, what we can do once we have it. For process maangers it showed how their processes flow today and how their actions affect the flow and KPIs. We got better at asking the right questions.

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Celonis is well-suited if the company has complex processes with many stakeholders. I believe from a certain company size, the purchase is worthwhile. For example, Siemens is a pioneer of the tool with hundreds of factories around the world and in various industries and has its own professional services department. Many companies don't have such economies of scale. Also, there must be at least a reasonably standardized process flow and correct event data in the source system. Garbage in, garbage out works here, too. The company must have experience with data-driven process management to make better use of the tool and have done an analysis of Mindfulness to see if it is the right technology/vendor for them.