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Simulation Modeling  Analysis

Leading organizations around the world use simulation modeling and analysis as a tool to help with decision making.  Simulation will help you improve throughput, reduce inventory, optimize material handling equipment, analyze resource requirements and conduct what-if scenarios for operations planning in manufacturing, logistics and practically any process based settings that are impacted by day-to-day variability.

"Simulation" is the imitation of the operation of a real-world process or system over time. The act of simulating something first requires that a model be developed; this model represents the key characteristics or behaviors of the selected physical or abstract system or process. The model represents the system itself, whereas the simulation represents the operation of the system over time.​ PMI has best in class capabilities of developing models using the widest variety of Simulation Software available.

  • Validating new facility designs or expansion proposals​​
  • Adapting quickly to growing / fluctuating demand​
  • Evaluating system readiness for new model introduction
  • Optimizing resource utilization
  • Batch sizing and sequencing in multi-model systems
  • Reducing inventory (Raw Material, WIP and Finished goods)
  • Understanding impact of operational uncertainties ​

Simulation Modeling  Analysis for:

Why PMI?

  • PMI uses multiple software tools and picks the right tool for the right application (not rely on just solving all problems with one tool)

  • One of the largest simulation groups in India - Quality expertise is available as needed

  • Subject Matter Experts (SME) – Senior personnel having shop floor experience and can help with the detailed analysis and client communication

  • PMI engineers build and deliver ‘usable’ models – i.e. at the right level of detail. PMI takes initial effort to find the correct abstraction level which streamlines time needed rather than ‘model everything’ and create a slow and unusable model.

  • We build model libraries, not just models – i.e. PMI models and model components are relatively easy to expand, experiment with as well as adapt to new (but similar) situations

  • True customer focus – “Our Team is Your Team”

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