BPMN Model + Scenario = Results

We do lightning fast business process simulations. Normally it does not take more than a few seconds to conduct a simulation containing thousands of process instances. As a result of the simulation you will get the KPIs (key performance indicators) of the business process in the given scenario as well as individual process instance and activity-based statistics. For example, you can create a heat-map to visualize bottlenecks in the process based on the determined waiting times.

Before you can conduct a simulation, you need a business process model in the BPMN 2.0 notation and a simulation scenario. For example, you need to provide the number of process instances to simulate and what is the arrival rate; what resources and how many of them are available; what is the duration of tasks, events, sub-processes and etc.

Learn more about:

  1. what information can you get as a result of the simulation
  2. what is required to define a simulation scenario
  3. what elements and constructs are supported from BPMN 2.0