Compute the Future with
Supply Chain Simulations
Ordinal Simulations model the entire supply chain from mines to factories to distribution nodes. The completeness drives the unprecedented predictive power.
Ordinal Simulations model supply chain nodes to their worldly analogs. With the latest in computational sciences we achieve a realistic behavior of digital twins of mines, ocean shipping, regulatory regimes, factories, assembly lines, distribution networks, labor pools, etc.
Ordinal Simulations are built to handle supply chains with hundreds of nodes running in parallel on the cloud for realistic analysis of complex relationships and discovery of emergent properties.
Ordinal Simulations focus on strategic decision making and analysis. We incorporate the simulations of individual components into the big picture to understand the primary and knock-on effects of events on the supply chain.
Ask Questions. Test Ideas.
If raw materials scarcity hits the market – how should we change production?
If suppliers are caught in disruptive geopolitical events – should we consider realignment and reshoring?
If container shipping costs plummet should we move the large item assembly offshore?
A possible trade war threatens existing tariff regimes – does it make sense to consider new suppliers?
What impact does doubling production have on inventory needs and distribution?
How would a factory labor dispute impact upstream and downstream processes? What cost impacts will a walkout cause?
Is our distribution center and warehouse network optimal and cost effective?
If product demand exceeds expectations – how long will it take to rescale the supply chain?
We are a team of business professionals, data scientists, mathematicians, and physicists with experience in commercializing academic research and tackling hard problems in the industry.
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