From warehousing decisions and transportation planning, to minimizing expenses and maximizing service level, optimizing a supply chain and logistics network is a complex and multi-faceted exercise. In addition to the day-to-day challenges, prepare your organization for the unexpected; a port shutdown, trade policy changes or natural disasters.
These and other unexpected events can have a devastating impact on your organization. Mitigating the impact of external factors by ensuring alternative mission-critical capability will help prepare your business to overcome such adversity.
Compared to traditional methods, utilizing simulation modeling for crisis management, business continuity, cyber attacks, disaster recovery, reorganization and other “what-if” scenarios is a low-cost, relatively quick, easy-to-run solution. Simulation modeling allows you to visualize these key factors and engage decision makers to ensure your plan is as effective as possible, and that you are prepared for whatever you encounter.
- Evaluate Physical Interactions and Congestion Between People and the Environment - Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. and The University of Arizona
- Disaster Response Supply Chain Management and Optimization - IBM T.J. Watson Research Center.
- Disaster Response Applications Using Agent-Based Modeling - Batelle
- Planning a Multi-purpose Harbor – Evans & Peck