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ARIS Simulation

Simulate and analyze business processes.


Feature Benefit
Interactive process simulation
  • See at-a-glance overviews of simulated models, simulation status and evaluations in statistical tables and diagrams

  • Manage simulation runs via a toolbar, menu or a simple keystroke

  • Start, pause and stop simulation runs, regulate process speed and execute the simulation step-by-step

  • While the simulation is running, animate model objects and see resulting attributes updated continuously for each object

L-SIM® simulation engine
  • ARIS Simulation deploys the L-SIM simulation engine from the Lanner Group, a leading provider of simulation software

  • Fully integrated with ARIS Architect—that means no additional software is required, no imports or exports

Extensive data collection
  • Collect and use a wealth of statistics during a simulation according to your analysis needs

  • Use function stats to learn the number of executions and dynamic wait times

  • Use process stats to see the number of completed process instances and throughput times

Easy-to-understand diagrams
  • Stats are presented in easy-to-understand pie charts, bar charts or line graphs

  • Save stats or import them into other programs, such as MashZone or Minitab® for further analysis

EPC or BPMN™ model simulation
  • Use Event-driven Process Chain (EPC) or industry-standard Business Process Modeling Notation (BPMN) models to represent your workflows

  • Analyze KPIs across your EPC or BPMN models to identify bottlenecks

  • KPIs can include process throughput times, dynamic wait times (bottlenecks) and organizational center utilization and cost rates

Central ARIS repository saves time
  • Functionality is comparable to Microsoft® Excel®

  • Combine ARIS artifacts with other data to calculate for results

  • Supports calculation formulas and spreadsheet templates

  • Re-use results in dashboards built with MashZone

Support for resource planning & deployment
  • Create organizational charts and break out human resources by the level of individual roles or employees involved in a process

  • Change various attributes of the modeling objects—useful when specifying function time and cost, defining process execution frequencies and deploying different resource allocation strategies

Process risk simulation
  • Check operational risks along a process chain

  • Analyze dependencies between business processes, risks and controls

  • Using the standard modeling conventions, incorporate risk and control objects into the process models and then add information to further define risk-occurrence probabilities

  • You also can define damage distribution values, control effectiveness, sample sizes and damage reduction values


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