The new ProcessModel version 5.6.5 update delivers improved task automations, enhanced model objects, and bug fixes. The new version concentrates on automation and ‘one-click’ model updates. ProcessModel can open a model, import data, simulate, and download the results to Excel. These new features allow enhanced modeling capabilities, and allow decision makers to have a ‘one-click’ experience to receive process improvement recommendations.

New Capabilities

Importing model data from external sources includes error checking and safety features, ensuring the integrity and reliability of models. Instant reports provide details of the import or reasons for failure.

You can add variables, attributes, and scenario parameters during an import. This means action logic can be written to match the names of activities and then imported. Action logic using names to match your activity nomenclature is so much easier to understand. This is especially important if the logic was written by someone else (which is what happens when you use a model object).

The variable data can export up to 1,000,000 data points (the limit of excel rows) and can now be selectively exported.

Two hundred model objects received improvements in this build. Here are some of the capabilities model objects enhance:

  • Entire model resource assignment from a single page. You can assign resources from multiple shifts, with different skill levels, each having unique work priorities.

new mos for v565

new mo resources v565

new creation of shifts in v565

new res shift sch in v565

misc model fixes in v565