Go beyond your intuition
Use quantitative methods like mathematical modeling and operations research to support your future decisions
Integrate your decisions
Group decisional fields in a unique objective to achieve the global optimum
Make better usage
Select the most appropriate resources, understand their impact on your process and optimize their utilization
Improve your results
Seek lower costs and better use your process capacity by exploring thousands of solutions
Cassotis Consulting translates your need to a mathematical model
Analyze the business
Understand the technical and economic challenges
Define the scope
Determine what is relevant to the expected objective
List the variables that impact the decisions
Focus on main decision
Prioritize efforts to achieve a faster return
A state-of-the-art model
Model flows and physical laws with theoretical equations
Analyze production data to capture relations between variables
From the model to actual results
Confront the results with microeconomics theory and process specialists knowledge
Involve people to increase the model visibility within the organization
Support the actions taken on top of optimization results
Look for more and more gains such as cost reduction, profit increase and capacity utilization
A tailored model of your process
Integrated Steel Plant
Animal Feed Mill
Technico-economic model for supporting strategic decisions related to costs and profit of an integrated steel plant.
The main decisions made with the model are: raw material selection, production level, profitability of products, process optimization and investment assessment.
Multiperiod model optimizing the mining planning with respect to the market demand and future maintenances.
The main decision made with the model are the production planning per production unit, stock levels and process optimization.
Integrated optimization of the milling and press processes for animal feed industry.
Mathematical modeling of material flow, cost, quality and productivity in order to make strategic decisions on product pricing and process trade-offs.