anyLogistix Online Training

anyLogistix Online Training

Date and time: July 20-24, 6 — 10 am UTC (2 — 6 pm SGT)

Course form: Online

Organizer: SupChainEra

Training attendance fee: 300 USD (academia) / 900 USD (commercial)

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Course information

The training course is aimed at business managers who want to learn supply chain design and analysis with anyLogistix. It is practice-oriented and provides essential information on how to apply anyLogistix to locate facilities, devise master plans, estimate supply chain capacity, assess safety stock, and more. The course is designed and presented by anyLogistix developers, who introduced the software to businesses.

To help you balance your workload, training sessions run for 4 hours a day.

Technical requirements

Please note that you will need Windows-based laptop computer suitable to anyLogistix system requirements, a mouse and stable Internet connection.


Course program

  • Part 1

    • Introduction to anyLogistix
    • anyLogistix development environment
    • Facilities location with Greenfield analysis (GFA)
      • Section overview
      • Practice drill: Simple GFA
      • Practice drill: Multi-echelon GFA
    • Supply chain design
      • Network optimization
      • Practice drill: Distribution network
      • Practice drill: 2-tier distribution network
    • Master planning
      • Section overview
      • Practice drill: Distribution planning
      • Practice drill: Distribution and production
  • Part 2

    • Dynamic Simulation
      • Section overview
      • Practice drill: Simple simulation model
    • Supply chain analysis
      • Practice drill: Capacity estimation
      • Practice drill: Service level analysis
      • Practice drill: Risk assessment
    • Inventory optimization
      • Section overview
      • Practice drill: Safety stock assessment
      • Practice drill: Bullwhip effect analysis
  • Part 3

    • Extensions and inside 4 walls logic
      • Section overview
      • Practice drill: Factory simulation and risk assessment
      • Practice drill: Customers loyalty and supply chain
    • Questions & Answers

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