Spring 2013

ProModel Celebrates 25 Years!



ProModel opened its doors in Orem, Utah in August 1988 thanks to Dr. Charles Harrell’s vision of providing an easy to use and affordable simulation toolset for non-programmers that could run on standard PCs.  ProModel has grown for 25 years because of strong customer support and feedback, as well as innovative predictive analytic solutions.

So we want to hear from you!

We want to know about your experiences with ProModel. What were some of the key decisions you were able to confidently make because of a ProModel solution?  Tell us about some of the most memorable and successful projects you’ve worked on with ProModel over the past 25 years.


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Join the EPS Roundtable discussion with Dr. Charles Harrell, ProModel Founder, Director and Professor of Engineering and Technology - Brigham Young University

A Message About PPM Education and Simulation from Our Founder, Dr. Charles Harrell


ProModel 2013 Student Competition

Hey students! Demonstrate your ProModel simulation and model building skills using your term simulation project and win cash!

ProModel Corporation is pleased to sponsor a student simulation competition based on one of ProModel’s simulation tools. If you have completed a simulation project as part of a class project or a simulation course, you are invited to submit your project to be judged in the competition.

Visit the academic page of the newsletter to learn more about the competition.


Accelerate Performance Improvement Results While Eliminating Risk with ProModel and Microsoft

ProModel and Microsoft co-hosted a complimentary half-day briefing on March 27th at a Microsoft facility in Charlotte, North Carolina to highlight the advantages of using predictive analytics to enhance strategic and operational decision making.  Large manufacturing and service organizations such as The Home Depot discussed how they use ProModel solutions to improve their supply chain performance.  Other case studies presented included:

  • Increasing output with little to no capital investment
  • Aligning production with changing-demand realities
  • Eliminating waste and bottlenecks

The briefing was an informative and engaging experience for all who attended, and the topics of discussion spanned from Lean Six Sigma and Continuous Improvement to Capacity Planning and Supply Chain Management. ProModel sponsors and participates in events that are dedicated to productivity improvement. Check our event page to see what’s next.


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