Dynamic, Eventful, Random?
Enterprise processes and operations are complex entities comprising dynamic and random events. Very often it is impossible to predict the impact of proposed changes without experimentation.

uses of simulation

  • Improve the logistics of displacements in an airport
  • Optimize the collection of items
    in storage shelves
  • Improve the functioning of a conveyor system
  • Optimize the use of reception
    and shipping doors
  • Improve the loading and
    unloading of a machine
  • Optimize the displacements of work site equipment

simulation makes it possible to

  • Test changes without disrupting operations
  • Visualize a system not yet in existence
  • Condense the element of time
  • Reduce operating costs
  • Avoid costly errors
  • Minimize risks
  • Validate savings
  • Justify an investment
  • Visually sell a concept
  • Train employees


  • Dynamic computer simulation is a highly effective tool for providing quick, precise and economical answers without disrupting current operations and by condensing the element of time.
  • Simulation is second to none for visualizing, analysing and optimizing all types of systems, even before they are actually developed and physically created.
Examples of use:
  • Validate potential savings before investing in an infrastructure or improvement project.
  • Optimize planning and the management of a construction site.
  • Design an optimal layout for a plant, warehouse or distribution centre.
  • Optimize the use of resources (employees, forklifts, crane bridges, mechanics, shipping docks, etc.).
  • Solve a “bottleneck” problem
  • Sell a concept to investors by allowing them to see it before it actually exists or is physically created.
  • Train employees on a new hard-to-visualize concept.

in action:

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