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Build and Test Models Faster

Build and Test Models in a Fraction of the Time In an Oregon Hospital, a modeler has learned a technique to build accurate models in 2 days. Not models of one interaction, but models of an entire department, such as Surgery, Maternity or the overall flow of a hospital. In this article, you will learn [...]

You Are the BottleNeck

One customer asked, “Could a resource to be underutilized and still be a bottleneck?” The person standing next to him incorrectly responded: “I don’t think that’s possible.” Yes, it is possible for an underutilized resource to be the delay. And it's also possible to find out when its happening and if there is a repeating [...]

New Manufacturing Assembly Model Objects

Two new manufacturing assembly model objects are released. These model objects are combined to handle intermittent assembly systems. Intermittent Assembly Systems can produce many different products on the same line. Each product may require different quantities or types of subassemblies. Assembly times change. Even resource assignments may change. Simplify Creation of Intermittent Assembly Models Intermittent [...]

Saving Children’s Lives During a Severe Pandemic

During a severe pandemic, Saving Children’s Lives requires making difficult decisions. Rather than accepting patients on a first in, first serve basis, the patients should be triaged and allowed access to critical beds and resources based on defined criteria. But, what are the criteria? There are proposed strategies but no one has been able to show [...]

Attributes Define Process Flow – Master Class

This is the Routing Master Class. It is designed to help you learn techniques to bring your skill set to a whole new level. In this article you will use a technique so that Attributes Define Process Flow. First, you will learn how to define the model to route to the proper location. Then you will learn how to [...]