AnyLogic Consulting Services

The AnyLogic Company has an extensive consulting partner network across the globe. Our partners deliver the highest value services in strategic market verticals such as supply chain, logistics, manufacturing, business processes, healthcare, and marketing. Their innovative solutions leverage AnyLogic’s state of the art technology, delivering insight to effectively manage your entire business lifecycle. Contact us, and we will suggest a consulting company in your region that has experience that fits your project requirements and industry specifics.

Simulation modeling is not the only component of turn-key AnyLogic solutions which include guidance, partnership and deliverables that exceed your organization’s needs. View our prestigious list of clients who are advocates for the power of simulation modeling and the process behind AnyLogic consulting services.

We also develop anyLogistix – the only multimethod supply chain optimization software. anyLogistix combines traditional analytical optimization approaches together with innovative simulation technologies offering six powerful methods that coincide to describe your supply chain with a greater level of detail. This approach empowers you with the tools for a more comprehensive analysis to give you a competitive edge with your supply chain optimization. Read more >>




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Case Studies

  • Modeling Operations at Pharmaceutical Distribution Warehouses
    Cardinal Health, a billion dollar pharmaceutical distribution and logistics firm, manages multiple products from brand name pharmaceuticals and generic drugs to over the counter drugs, health & beauty items and their own private label. They face a multitude of typical distribution warehouse challenges that are further complicated by the nature of pharmaceutical products. Brian Heath, Director of Advanced Analytics at Cardinal Health, and an experienced user of AnyLogic software, employed agent based modeling to solve various business problems, saving Cardinal Health over $3 Million annually.
  • GE Manufacturing Plant Uses AnyLogic for Real Time Decision Support
    In 2012, GE opened a new battery manufacturing plant in conjunction with the launch of an innovative energy storage business. GE’s exciting opportunity brought on many new challenges, such as increasing production throughput and yield under evolving processes and uncertainties, and reducing manufacturing costs in order to gain market share. The GE Global Research Center sought out a powerful and flexible tool to analyze, not just the specific process, but the manufacturing system as a whole.
  • Oil Pipeline Network Development: Finding Bottlenecks and Choosing the Right Policies
    One of the largest oil and gas pipeline operators in North America was delivering oil to a client that was not always able to accept the incoming batches. The operator was challenged to quantify the system impacts of deferred downstream deliveries. They also needed to determine whether the existing tankage at upstream oil terminals would be adequate to store the deferred batches.
  • Warehouse Simulation for Choosing Optimal Picking Algorithm
    Kuehne+Nagel, a leading global provider of logistics solutions, was involved in planning a new warehouse for one of their clients. The warehouse would process 13K order lines or 750 picking cartons per day. The project included the development of the best algorithm for multi-order picking. It was planned that the orders in the warehouse would be served by workers with trolleys (or fangos). Workers with trolleys would pick the goods and put them in cartons by order.
  • An Agent-Based Explanation for SPMI Living Situation Changes
    Over the past 60 years, the number of Severely and Persistently Mentally Ill (SPMI) patients in the US living in the community increased. Yet a growing minority of people with severe illness are worse off because they are homeless or incarcerated. In this case study, IBM Global Research and Otsuka Pharmaceuticals used an agent-based approach to model these remarkable swings.
  • Improving Mining Outbound Logistics with Agent-Based Simulation Modeling
    One of the largest resource companies in the world, with over $80 billion in sales, decided to enter a new market. It was planning to build a new potash mine with 90% of the resources exported. They wanted to design a reliable supply chain, with a high speed of supply replenishing, and the ability to recover from natural disasters and man-made crises benefiting from such volatility. Amalgama and Goldratt companies contracted this project to design the potash mining operations and a full supply chain of outbound logistics.
  • Simulation of Telecom Market in Argentina
    In 2008 there were three huge companies in the telecommunications market in Argentina. Each company wanted to enter the markets that they hadn’t covered yet, but the consequences of such actions had to be estimated. That’s why Telefónica decided to employ Continente Siete, a consulting company, to build a model of the market using AnyLogic multimethod simulation software.
  • Business Processes Optimization Using Data Science and Simulation Modeling
    The world’s largest companies use data analytics to increase their revenue and keep up with the changing business world. But how does data science relate to simulation modeling, and what are the cases for the implementation of this interaction, primarily concerning value for the business? The United Services Automobile Association (USAA), a Fortune 500 group of companies, has answered these questions with real-life solutions.
  • Shipyard Capacity Analysis
    With AnyLogic simulation software as the centerpiece, NASSCO utilizes a custom-built analysis system called the Large Scale Computer Simulation Modeling System for Shipbuilding (LSMSe) to provide highly detailed and accurate capacity analyses for both current production and potential new work.
  • Construction Simulation Model Tackling Increased Constraints on a Complex Earthmoving Project
    “Anylogic’s flexible and easy to use environment enabled CCT’s simulation engineers to rapidly model the newly added constraints and deliver a valuable simulation model leading to a highly successful claim process,” affirms Ramzi Roy Labban, Manager, Construction Systems and Simulation at CCC.