Palisade Software Aids Business and Research in Japan

First Palisade made its mark in China–now we're establishing success in Japan. Two recent case studies detailed the use of Palisade's @RISK software by both a major Japanese company, Hitachi Solutions East Japan, and a researcher at the University of Tokyo illustrate how our easy-to-use software can benefit businesses and academics across the world.

The Hitachi case study details how executives at the manufacturing company used @RISK Developer Kit to analyze supply chain and inventory management. They created a stand alone graphical user interface to visualize production and inventory conditions, while also incorporating @RISK’s excellent risk analysis functions. @RISK’s Developer Kit made it easy to tailor the program to Hitachi’s needs and desires.

At the University of Tokyo, Professor Katsuaki Sugiura at the Laboratory of Global Animal Resource Science used @RISK to  improve the surveillance program for bovine spongiform encephalopathy–otherwise known as mad cow disease, in beef production in Japan.

Read the case studies in English here and here.

Both of these reports are available in Japanese on the Palisade website:

See also: Palisade's Risk Analysis Solutions at Work in China

o improve the surveillance program for BSE in beef production, – See more at: https://blog.palisade.com/blog/risk-and-opportunity#sthash.0W8NnwG8.dpuf
o improve the surveillance program for BSE in beef production, – See more at: https://blog.palisade.com/blog/risk-and-opportunity#sthash.0W8NnwG8.dpuf

 

 

ta and risk analysis of supply chain management, production, and sales & inventory planning and management. Analyzing these elements can be tricky, particularly when it requires forecasting demand and prices of raw materials. Using the @RISK Developer kit, Planning Department Research Division Head Masaru Tezuka and his team were  able to do these analyses. – See more at: https://blog.palisade.com/blog/risk-and-opportunity#sthash.0W8NnwG8.dpuf
ta and risk analysis of supply chain management, production, and sales & inventory planning and management. Analyzing these elements can be tricky, particularly when it requires forecasting demand and prices of raw materials. Using the @RISK Developer kit, Planning Department Research Division Head Masaru Tezuka and his team were  able to do these analyses. – See more at: https://blog.palisade.com/blog/risk-and-opportunity#sthash.0W8NnwG8.dpuf

 

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