The software’s new features help promote simulation as a tool to every process improver. It enhances the way people make and communicate decisions and allows companies to identify and test the benefit of potential improvement proposals, prior to their implementation in practice, in a risk-free environment. The software has the potential to reduce costs by helping companies evaluate changes before investment and predict future performance and compare different scenarios.
Frances Sneddon, SIMUL8 Chief Technology Officer said: “I’m very proud that year after year we continue to release ‘real’ upgrades, and SIMUL8 2012 is no exception. The addition of lean value stream mapping and business process management BPMN 2.0 in this version is a huge leap forward in bringing the power of simulation to mainstream business process improvers”
She added: “We’re confident that even more users will be benefitting from simulation driven process improvement soon.”
The interactive software addition of BPMN, will allow business analysts to use simulation to optimise their entire business process.
SIMUL8 corporation’s customers are world-wide and include major corporations involved in all sectors, from finance, manufacturing and healthcare to telecommunications and logistics, as well as public many bodies.