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Accelerate Continuous Improvement with Business Process Simulation

Silico allows Continuous Improvement teams to optimise in a risk-free, virtual environment to speed up the DMAIC cycle. With Silico, Continuous Improvement is faster, more efficient and allows CI teams to target the biggest problem areas. Organisations save time and resources throughout the improvement project lifecycle, transforming several month-long projects into a matter of weeks by utilising Digital Twins and Business Process Simulation (BPS).

“Process Simulation is a great technique if we want to test process improvement scenarios without the risk that testing them in a real environment would bring. It allows us to create and compare scenarios based on dimensions such as demand on a process, number and cost of resources, the flow of the process, and any risk associated.”

What are the Benefits of Using Silico for Continuous Improvement?

Silico supports each phase of the continuous improvement lifecycle, ensuring problems can be foreseen and prevented before they actually happen. This results in more efficient, future-proof processes which maximise commercial KPIs and strategic business objectives:

Streamline and Maximise Continuous Improvement projects

Transform how problems are defined:

Use Silico to identify and highlight what will happen if a process is left as-is. Simulate scenarios such as increased demand or reduced capacity to understand and demonstrate fragilities within a process.

Measure the problem with real-time data in easy and presentable dashboards:

Collecting data can be time-consuming and often inaccurate. Link your data sources, such as process mining integrations, into Silico to access real-time information on all areas of a process, providing a single source of truth.

Analyse and identify the root cause:

Target the correct areas of a process by using Silico to locate the source of future backlog to pre-empt a problem at its source. Analyse how changes will affect end-to-end processes to ensure backlogs are not pushed further into the process.

Simulate improvements and verify cost benefit:

Use Silico to experiment and simulate potential solutions to problems and understand how changes will affect commercial outcomes. Ensure the problem is not shifted further down the process and that the process is truly improved, not just fixed at one stage.

Control initiatives by reviewing real-time data ensuring benefits are realised:

Close the loop by reviewing progress against planned KPIs. Continuously monitor performance and run regular simulations to make sure the process is still fit for purpose.

How to get started with Business Process Simulation for your Continuous Improvement team

Silico can develop a Business Process Simulation model of your process in as little as four weeks with:

An understanding of your process from either process mapping, process mining, business intelligence tools, or discussions with your team

Your ideas for scenarios to challenge and future-proof your processes in forward-looking circumstances

Your ideas for process improvements and transformation initiatives that require testing and evaluation

A full Digital Twin to support your Continuous Improvement initiative also requires:

Real-time data integration to your relevant systems

An understanding of decisions and problems of your operational decision-makers

How it Works...

Let’s take a look at how using Process Simulation to support your Continuous Improvement initiative works with Silico

Model your business in Silico

Use existing process assets, including process maps and mining graphs, to virtually replicate your processes and link processes together and to commercial outcomes.

Synchronise with real-time data

We integrate all relevant data sources, including process mining, process maps, and task mining, as well as ERP and CRM systems.

Analyse your as-is process

Run forward-looking scenarios to ensure your processes are future-proof, identify issues before they occur, and focus transformation efforts.

Prioritise process changes

Silico provides a risk-free, virtual environment to experiment with improvement ideas to identify the actionable process changes that optimise the KPIs that matter to your stakeholders.

Optimise your process

Monitor your processes in real time and use advanced AI features to identify the most impactful improvement initiatives and operational actions for optimal business process performance.

Level up your Continuous Improvement Projects

What are the different roles involved in Process Simulation for Continuous Improvement?

Transformation/CI Teams

Use simulation to identify issues before they occur, demonstrate what will happen if nothing is done about a problem, and showcase the commercial damage this may bring.

Senior Decision makers

Review KPIs to understand the as-is and the costings involved in transformations and process changes. Make the business case with clear, commercially-relevant benefits and optimise the ROI of initiatives.

Line managers

Understand how the changes will affect your team once implemented and plan how FTEs can be redistributed to maximise throughput and outcomes. Optimise capacity and inventory management with advanced AI.

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