New release of WITNESS Horizon help businesses tackle digital disruption

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Lanner, a provider of predictive simulation software which delivers the certainty to empower smart business, has announced details of the latest release of WITNESS Horizon version 21.0.

The new release of Lanner's flagship desktop simulation development environment features new data objects and business intelligence capabilities that together with Lanner's cloud products offer a feature rich simulation platform that future proofs businesses undergoing digital transformation.

WITNESS Horizon version 21.0 focuses on data management and visualisation through a new data modelling element and improved data charting features. New data modelling elements within WITNESS allow data of various types to be persisted and easily presented across multiple charts. In addition, new flexible, attractive charting and data visualisation capabilities enhance how simulated outcome data can be presented. Modellers can view data dynamically and perform analysis directly on the modelling surface while simulations are underway.

WITNESS Horizon version 21.0 also includes new designer element packs, providing modellers with prefabricated components for quickly building compelling 2D and 3D simulations of manufacturing facilities and back office/service processes that are undergoing digital transformation.

"We recognise that many businesses are facing a wave of change as new technologies, go-to-market models and political factors all take effect. Predictive simulation is a must have for businesses of all shapes and sizes that are charting their course ahead, trying to avoid risk and future proofing their investments. The data modelling and visualisation features we have provided in this new WITNESS Horizon release, version 21.0, represent a key step in Lanner's strategy to provide our customers with more powerful predictive digital twins of their business processes that can be used to test and optimise change before implementation in the real world," comments David Jones, CEO, Lanner.

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