Network Design Simulator

Design, optimize, and analyze your supply chain with our powerful Network Design Simulator. Compare different scenarios and make data-driven decisions to improve efficiency and reduce costs.

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What it is

Take a peek into our powerful simulator.

Design, optimize, and analyze your supply chain systems using  logistics data and growth assumptions.

Run and simulate different scenarios and configurations, and see the impacts on costs, lead time, and risk.

Explore collaboration features in an user-friendly environment, and do simulations with your team members.

Key Features

Discover the main benefits of the tool.


Run different scenarios to analyze the impact of supplier outages or natural disasters on your Supply Chain. Simulate demand changes in certain regions and markets, or validate your current network for future growth.


Compare your current network structure with potential future scenarios based on costs and lead times. See the main KPI differences with real-time analysis and visualization of simulation results.


Simulate the growth possibilities in certain regions and segments, and analyze the growth impact on your current network. Analyze the risk KPIs and compare all scenarios at once using parallel coordinates.


Easily input and manipulate data through a user-friendly interface. Save or load simulations for later usage, or use collaboration features and work together with your team on a simulation.

Use Cases

Resolved with a perfect solution for complex network design projects.


New Supply Chain Design

A company that is considering a major overhaul of its supply chain can use the tool to test out different configurations and see how they might perform in terms of cost, lead time, and other factors. This can help the company make informed decisions about whether or not to proceed with the redesign.

Optimize the existing structure

A company that is looking to improve the efficiency of its existing supply chain can use the tool to try out different configurations and identify opportunities for cost savings or performance improvements.

Disruption impact analysis

Companies can use the tool to simulate different types of disruptions (e.g. natural disasters, supplier outages) and see how they might impact their supply chain. This can help companies better prepare for and mitigate the effects of such disruptions.

Growth Simulation

A company would like to analyze the impact of growth assumptions in certain regions and markets. It is important to check if the current supply chain design can effectively support the additional load, or if not, which changes in the design are necessary.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What types of supply chain designs can be simulated with the tool?

The tool can be used to simulate a wide range of supply chain designs, including linear, hub-and-spoke, and multi-tier configurations. It can also handle multiple facilities and scenarios.

Is training or support provided with the tool?

Yes, the tool includes support resources to help users get the most out of it. This may include training sessions, tutorials and the option to contact the company for support.

Is the tool compatible with other supply chain management systems?

The tool may have the ability to integrate with other supply chain management systems, such as enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems or transportation management systems (TMS) via REST.

Is the tool suitable for companies of all sizes?

The tool may be scalable to meet the needs of companies of different sizes, from small businesses to large enterprises.

Can multiple users collaborate on a simulation?

The tool may have collaboration features that allow multiple users to work together on designing and optimizing a supply chain, such as shared simulations and real-time editing.

How is payment handled?

Payment for the tool may be handled through a subscription model, with users paying a recurring fee (e.g. monthly, quarterly, annually). The company may accept a variety of payment methods, such as credit card or invoice.

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