OpenText ProVision - 103 Process Simulation Course

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OpenText ProVision Training - 103 Simulation

Two Day Course Curriculum

The advanced 103 Process Simulation training course is conducted over two days and is frequently followed by a few days of consultancy to get the simulation exercise off to a good start. This course requires students to have previously attended the 101 Business Process Modelling Course. At the end of the course, the students will be able (with some initial consultancy support) to create their own simulation Workflow models using both Discrete Event Simulation (DES) and Monte Carlo Simulation (MCS) techniques.

  • Objective - to understand the uses of and differences between Discrete Event Simulation (DES) and Monte Carlo Simulation (MCS).
  • Confirm Workflow model correctness and suitability, e.g. levelled Workflow model drill-downs, Sources, Activities, Junctions, Resources, Cost Elements, Durations, Decision Points, Junctions and Stores.
  • Obtain time, queue and cost metrics in a usable form.
  • Appropriately set parameters and run simulations.
  • Run simulations using real-life data.
  • Analyze the results of simulation runs to gain an understanding of simulation behavior and outcomes.

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