Lana Labs GmbH is a Berlin-based software development company offering LANA Process Mining, a web-based solution for efficient process analysis. With LANA’s automated target-actual analysis and automated root cause analysis Lana Labs is bringing data-based process optimization to the next level.
Being a spin-off of the Hasso-Plattner-Institute in Potsdam, the young company has settled in Berlin in the beginning of 2016. In the historic Union Building at Engeldamm, the team is constantly working on innovation for the process analysis of tomorrow.
Since 2008, Thomas has been intensively engaged with Process Mining. His extensive experience as process analyst and his doctorate in the field of process mining are major components for the development of the software. His user oriented research results constitute the heart of LANA and provide a distinct technological and competitive advantage.
Through his doctorate Dr. Rami-Habib Eid-Sabbagh is an absolute BPM-expert. With his expertise he is available to our valuable customers as competent contact partner. As an economist with specialization on innovation management, Karina Buschsieweke focuses on the development of the organization and the successful marketing of LANA.
Lana Labs has a unique expertise in the field of process analysis and optimization. With LANA we are guiding our customers on the path to excellence.
The three founders and managing directors of Lana Labs are supported by a great team of talented software engineers and their adopted penguins in South Chile. Besides, the Magellanic penguins are the namesakes for the first version of the software: LANA Magellanic. For every license customer Lana Labs is adopting a penguin of his own, about which he gets regular news and thereby focusses not only on improving processes but to a small extend also the world.
Lana Labs is a spin-off from the Hasso-Platter-Institute in Potsdam and member of the SAP Startup Focus Programm for the extension of the SAP portfolio with innovative solutions. Furthermore Lana Labs is supported by the EXIST scholarship.