Watch this video first, then view the other videos below for more information.
Modeling and Simulating Supply Chain Operations
Improving your Supply Chain Design based on Simulation Results
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To load a case study from the SCM Globe library, click on the “View Library” button (1) in the upper right corner of your Account Management screen shown below. It will take you to the library of case studies. Follow these steps:
- (2) Click on “Import” button next to the case study you want
- A dialog box opens and you type in the name you will use for this case study model. Click “Save” in the dialog box.
- (3) Click “My Account” button in upper right corner of the screen to return to your account screen
- On your account screen, click the “Edit” button next to the supply chain you want to edit. The edit screen will open and your supply chain will be drawn on the map.
TIP: Save backup copies of your supply chain model from time to time as you make changes. Then if a change doesn’t work out, you can restore from a saved copy.
Now see next quick start tutorial — “Create New Supply Chain from Scratch“
SCM Globe Webinar – Q&A Session
Only watch this video if you need more information. This is an hour long recording of an online Q&A session with a group of students. It further explains material already presented in the short videos above.
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