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29.01.2018

Seven-figure financing for Lana Labs

The founders of Lana Labs - Source: Capnamic

Having secured a seven-figure investment, the Berlin-based software company Lana Labs aims to accelerate the development of a cross-platform Process Mining solution. The first area to make broad use of the technology was ERP solutions (enterprise resource planning) such as SAP and Oracle. Due to Industry 4.0, the next step for this technology must now be to process data from special systems such as MES (machine execution systems) and banking software from the production and finance sector. This is where the focus of the LANA Process Mining software lies.

Lana Labs GmbH was founded in April 2016 by Karina Buschsieweke and two HPI alumni, Dr. Thomas Baier und Dr. Rami-Habib Eid-Sabbagh, who received their doctorates in the Business Process Technology Group under the direction of Prof. Weske.

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