Game-changer in Supply Chain planning. Powerful tool available for simulating demand changes, analyzing growth potentials and risk impacts.
This amazing new tool is designed to help Supply Chain Analysts and Engineers design, optimize, and analyze their Supply Chain by simulating various scenarios and comparing them based on important KPIs like transport and warehousing costs.
Our management’s words
We are on a mission to help transform Supply Chain data into value, with a mix of data engineering and analytics. Our new tool, the Network Design Simulator, will help our customers achieve this by giving them the ability to easily input their data, as well as simulate various scenarios, to optimize their Supply Chain.
The Network Design Simulator is a game-changer in the Supply Chain industry. It allows our customers to design, optimize, and analyze their Supply Chain quickly and easily, helping them make informed decisions and drive growth
The ability to simulate the impact of supplier outages, natural disasters, or demand changes in different regions and markets on the Supply Chain, as well as the ability to simulate growth possibilities in certain regions and segments and analyze the growth impact on the current network.
The use cases
There are multiple use cases, that this powerful tool resolves.
If you would like to analyze a new supply chain design, you can test out different configurations and see how they might perform in terms of cost, lead time, and other factors. Make informed decisions about whether or not to proceed with the redesign.
On the other hand, if you are looking to optimize the existing structure of your network, with Network Design Simulator you can try out different configurations and identify opportunities for cost savings or performance improvements.
One of the biggest challenges nowadays is dealing with Supply Chain disruptions, and we didn’t neglect to make it possible for you. This tool helps simulate different types of disruptions (e.g. natural disasters, supplier outages) to see their impact on your supply chain, so you can prepare for them and mitigate the effects.
Last but not least, you can analyze the impact of growth assumptions in specific regions and markets. This way, you will determine if the current supply chain design can effectively support the additional load, or if changes in the structure are necessary.