Shell Gulf of Mexico chose Simio because the scheduling tool was built on a spatially aware, discrete event simulator that was capable of assessing risks with schedules.
Simio helped BAE Systems meet production deadlines and now is used for a variety of forecasting and scheduling challenges including decreasing overtime.
Before Simio, the foundry had ineffective planning and infeasible production schedules, but Simio allowed for greater production stability, timely feedback and re-planning, increased visibility of requirements, data integration and integrity.
The Excel interoperability is very convenient. Our planners did’t need to learn the Simio software; they just needed to know what to feed it. We can make changes in minutes.
Industrial Engineer, Confidential Company
It is hard to imagine, but we didn’t really see the best solution until we ran simulations with the Simio software. No one had even thought about doing the alternative that Simio projected it for us. The software allows you to do some non-conventional thinking.Industrial Engineer Manager, Confidential Company
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