managing detailed operations to shaping company-wide strategies,
businesses use models every day to make decisions. When faced with a
problem, we use our mental models to formulate hypotheses about
which cause and effect chains we can use to reach the desired
The complexity of our
mental models far exceeds our capacity to anticipate the
implications of decisions based on these models. That is why
Powersim's modeling and simulation tools are used to map formal
mental models into models that can be simulated and analyzed on
computers. Within seconds, the short- and long-term implications of
our hypotheses are computed and displayed.
Powersim Software is
proud to introduce Powersim Studio 2005, the new version of our
dynamic simulation software package.
Powersim Studio 2005
is Powersim Software's development environment, where you create
your simulation model and perform the simulation run and analysis.
Powersim Studio allows you to optimize the model as well as analyse
the risks involved in your simulations. Powersim's technology has
capabilities that allow for modeling of any kind of business or
technical problem. You create the simulation model using our
graphical modelling language, which makes the model easy to follow
and explain to others. The dependencies between the variables are
displayed using arrow links, and are defined mathematically in a
language similar to standard cell definitions in spreadsheets.
Studio allows you to exchange data with Microsoft®Excel and SAP®SEM-BPS.
Once your simulation model is finished, you may present the
simulation results in one of the built-in presentation controls,
including graphs and charts, sliders, buttons, and more. You may
also create a user interface on top of your simulation using
hyperlinks, bookmarks, frames, and images. You may also perform
sensitivity analysis using the built-in Risk Assessment
Studio 2005 is
available under different license agreements to suit the various
needs of our customers.
Studio 2005 SDK
Powersim Studio SDK
(Software Development Kit) allows programmers to create stand-alone
applications that embed Powersim simulations. SDK-based simulators
can be developed to run under Microsoft ® Windows, or in a browser
environment on the Internet. The application programmer is free to
take full advantage of the user interface capabilities of Windows
and the Web in developing simulators with the SDK, and the resulting
applications can interact with any other program or resource that is
accessible in the network.