Operational research is one of the mathematical tools in the family of the decision support that is dedicated in finding the best method to manage the operations, or the use of resources. By using tools that are a hybrid between mathematics, programming, and industrial engineering, MELIORE can analyze and offer solutions that the manager would not be able to find in a significant short time.
Some typical problems have, due to their nature, a combination of possibilities so large that it is impossible for the manager to find an optimal solution. Simply think of a dispatcher in a transport company that has to distribute to a set of customers with a set of trucks, and after, to determine in what order the truck must visit customers. For this problem, you can also add company-specific difficulties, for example the hours of availability of the clients, the size of shipments, weight constraints... The more the problems are complex, the better MELIORE solutions will be performing.
For these problems and many others, MELIORE can offer solutions (routes and/or solutions) that are significantly less expensive than what a manager can find with current methods.
The types of problems for which operational research can provide solutions offering significant gains are too large to be enumerated. You have to think of the most important or most expensive resource in your corporation and we will find a way to use it more effectively.
Since the solutions proposed by MELIORE are mathematically rigorous, you have the assurance of a successful result, adapted to your reality, even before applying the changes. Our mathematical optimizations solutions are adapted to your reality.
We will adapt to your needs. We understand that our strong mathematical reality is not necessarily yours. Our services will sometimes come in the form of a report with recommendations, new rules of management, repetitive calculations supported by us, or in the form of tools allowing you to repeat for yourself the optimization calculations according to your needs.
Agile companies must be able to make the best decisions. With tools of optimization and operations research in hand, managers will be able to: