For over 20 years, SIMUL8's simulation software has been used by leading organizations from a range of sectors to improve processes, increase efficiency and reduce costs.
Discover how our users from around the globe have used simulation to achieve results.
Meeting increased demand without additional costs
Leading automotive manufacturer Chrysler met increased demand and grew revenue by $1,000,000 per day at its Brampton plant, without increasing costs.
Ensuring the feasibility of investment and expansion
Memorial Health System ensured the feasibility of a $31 million OR expansion project by using simulation to optimize capacity, system design, and patient flow.
Using simulation to reduce customer wait times
Virginia DMV identified a more efficient staffing model, capable of reducing average customer waiting times to 20 minutes or less across all 74 customer service centers.
FUJIFILM analyzed the return on investment of large-scale process changes and equipment that will enable output to be increased by 400% within five years.
FMC Technologies increased manufacturing throughput by 50%, removed bottlenecks and forecasted 5 year production to meet demand.
Geisinger Health System improved patient satisfaction by planning and implementing an on-demand, in-room meal delivery system using simulation.
Vidant Duplin Hospital identifies an approach to maintain left without treatment (LWOT) rates in the face of increasing ED patient volumes.
Plexus guaranteed production capacity, identified optimum staffing levels, and saved $5,000 in equipment costs in just a few days.
Gatwick Airport shortened the check-in process, reduced queue times and improved airline efficiency, without increasing investment.
Developing smarter maintenance rules, GM increased manufacturing throughput by 5% and met an increase in demand.
South African charity Shout It Now's ground-breaking efforts improved HIV screening and treatment to save millions of lives.
HP saved $100,000 annually and achieved productivity gains by determining the most effective set-up for their process.
SIMUL8 was used to develop an integrative approach to optimize the manufacturing process design for NASA's Ares 1 launch vehicle.
Boston Scientific tested a range of process improvement scenarios to make production efficiency savings of $150,000.
RSI developed a tool to assess the public health system’s response in the event of a terrorist attack on the US food supply chain.
Logistics organization CHEP validated that investment in automated machinery would quickly provide a return to shareholders.
Motor carrier ABF Freight discovered the most efficient and economical approach for optimizing its dock operations.