Process Simulation will do everything but make your breakfast

Process Simulation can help find hidden dollars, eliminate mistakes, and
give you confidence in your business process improvement.

What is Process Simulation?

Process simulation is like a virtual sandbox for process engineers! With the help of computer software, they can create a mini-replica of a real-world process and have some fun with it. No more waiting for real-life problems to pop up! Process simulation allows for a test drive before the real deal, where you can try out different scenarios, identify potential hiccups, optimize for efficiency, and see just how fantastic your process can be. It’s a hit in the manufacturing, healthcare, and service industries. In short, process simulation is the genie in a bottle for processes!

Discover what you need to know make a process perform in the computer just like it does in real life. See how a process improvement tool links the important information together. Here are five critical elements to creating a process simulation:

  • The backbone of the system is a flowchart. The flowchart describes the path things follow and rules for processing
  • Inputs into the model are described by real schedules or statistically representing what has happened in the past.
  • People or equipment can be described by the hours they work, skill levels and cost.
  • Variation in the process or in task times are represented by converting raw data into formulas representing that variability.
  • Key performance indicators also known as KPI can be added for any aspect of the system.

Why Use ProcessModel?

People use process simulation for several reasons, including:

  • Cost savings: Process simulation helps to identify and resolve problems before implementing the real process, avoiding costly mistakes and downtime.

  • Efficiency optimization: Process simulation allows for the analysis and testing of different scenarios to determine the best process design and operating conditions for maximum efficiency.

  • Eliminate disruption: Process simulation uses the digital twin to test changes. As a result, there’s no need to interrupt the current process to test changes.

  • Performance evaluation: Process simulation provides valuable insights into the performance of a process, allowing for improvements, increased output, and waste reduction.

  • Training and education: Process simulation provides a safe and controlled environment for training and education, allowing managers and workers to gain hands-on experience and develop their skills.

Process simulation provides a powerful tool for process engineers and businesses to optimize processes, reduce costs, and increase efficiency.

What Should be Simulated?

When it comes to process simulation, we’re talking about analyzing the wild and crazy complex processes that change faster than a teenager’s moods. It’s the perfect solution for processes that are too hot to handle, with high stakes and big risks. And if traditional methods just can’t seem to wrap their heads around it, bring on the simulation! This tool will help you fine-tune performance, experiment with different scenarios, and take the guesswork out of decision-making by reducing uncertainty. It’s like having a trusty sidekick to help you navigate the labyrinth of the process world.

Cut Sales Time by 87% with Process Simulation

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How will this help me?

  1. You can see a future process operate in the computer before it’s created…and uncover what will work… before you invest capital. You can change the process or staffing levels or change equipment and see the result…in seconds.

  2. Process simulation allows you to “know before you go” and to see why changes will work. You can also see what doesn’t work and know the reason why. Meetings are much different when you have the confidence that includes “why” process changes will be successful.

  3. Process Simulation allows the entire system to be viewed holistically. Most processes contain as much as 95% non-value-added activities or waste. The invisible waste becomes visible when ProcessModel is simulated.


Process Simulation is the most accurate method of predicting the outcome of a process. See how it works now.