How to design and optimize a better supply chain

Join us as we bring together supply chain expertise and innovation in Asia this Febraury and March. Learn how organizations tackle challenges across the supply chain industry, including presentations from Asia’s top-ranked, University of Singapore, and Deloitte. Reserve your place in Jakarta, Singapore,...

anyLogistix 2.7 Released

... cost of travel between stops. Round trips can help lower the cost of delivery by reducing empty runs and the number of vehicles needed. The icons for network objects can be given different colors. This helps to visually distinguish one object from another. The Validation Function helps check data integrity before a model is run. Supply chain objects and the links between them can now also be represented as a structure. This provides a logical network overview and helps analysis. The Expand Rows ...

Simulating the Ripple Effect in Time-Critical Supply Chains

The ripple effect of disruption on a supply chain means local problems can become widespread. Studying the impact of this effect and recovery policies was the focus of research by Dr. Dmitry Ivanov et. al. The ripple effect of disruption on a supply chain means local problems can become widespread. Studying the impact of this effect and recovery policies was the focus of research by Dr. Dmitry Ivanov et. al. The study has two parts. First,...

CSCMP EDGE Annual Supply Chain Conference

... success for CSCMP and demonstrated the future of supply chain. With 39 countries in attendance, the event provided an ideal opportunity for supply chain leaders and industry experts to network, exchange ideas, and experience the latest supply chain technologies up close and in person. We were proud to be part of the event and demonstrate anyLogistix, the only software for supply chain network design, analysis, and optimization. By combining analytical and simulation modeling methods, anyLogistix empowers ...

Free book: Supply Chain Simulation and Optimization with anyLogistix

... supply chain stages together with supply chain risk management. By developing models and evaluating KPIs you learn to use simulation and optimization to improve management decision-making. The author focusses on management issues and uses clear terminology to describe the model development process. Ideal for students and teachers involved in supply chain study, as well as industry professionals looking to further their skills. For self-study purposes, a free personal learning edition is available: ...