Simio Pricing Plan & Cost Guide

Simio

Facility design simulation & production scheduling

4.71/5 (75 reviews)

Simio Pricing

Pricing model: Freemium, Subscription

Free Trial: Available (No Credit Card required)

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Simio Pricing Reviews

Pros
  • No coding characteristic
  • easy to do 2D and 3D animation.
  • Easy to learn how to use it. Covers almost any need for an undergraduate course or project. Cost less than other software that have almost the same performance. Fast customer support.
Cons
  • Price
  • the meaning of the recorded values from simulation may be defined differently from analytical model.
  • Official SIMIO Tutorials are not updated and limited. I guess It's because courses are sold too, but the basic modeling should be available in several languages. Image/symbol importing not the best thing: Many images, but many no suited for insert in the models considering shape and size. It could have more specialized libraries.
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recommended this to a friend or a colleague

4 reviewers had the following to say about Simio's pricing:

Roger Wang

SimBit is good

Used daily for 1-2 years
Reviewed 2017-03-09
Review Source: Capterra

We purchased 2 licenses. The SimBit is really good, an excellent tool for quick start. The introduction is really good. The concept of token need to be more emphasized in the guidNo coding characteristic

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Simio

Facility design simulation & production scheduling

Surapong Sirikulvadhana

Great Simulation Package

Used weekly for less than 6 months
Reviewed 2017-03-14
Review Source: Capterra

I have used Simio for almost 2 months. It is by far the easiest simulation package that can do 2D and 3D animation. Simio is also very easy to simulate a queuing system and easy to export the result in csv format. One noticeable drawback is the default value that Simio record was not consistent with the meaning of analytical model. For example, when I define maximum system capacity, the recorded value after simulation run seemed to go over the defined parameter. Thus, I've got to define my own state variable to record what I need (number in the system). BTW, I haven't tried the movable resource and many features yet, so couldn't write a review about it. However, if I have to model those other features, I will write a review some more.easy to do 2D and 3D animation.

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Simio

Facility design simulation & production scheduling

victor vera

Easy to learn and use, for professionals and students.

Used weekly for less than 6 months
Reviewed 2017-07-11
Review Source: Capterra

Easy to learn how to use it. Covers almost any need for an undergraduate course or project. Cost less than other software that have almost the same performance. Fast customer support.

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Simio

Facility design simulation & production scheduling

Matthew Snead

Simio Software and Risk-based Planning and Scheduling (RSP)

Reviewed 2015-09-15
Review Source: Capterra

Deciding which type of simulation software for a business to purchase can be an extremely difficult decision. Being faced with this decision we began to investigate and compare simulation software packages available on the market. After comparison, Simio was the clear choice for our business. Although most simulation software packages are extremely difficult and confusing to learn, Simio¿s many resources make learning and mastering the software easy. Most noteworthy is the video tutorials provided which made the transition to Simio painless. Ultimately the decision to choose Simio was made based on the functionality of the software and the ability to accurately and quickly model real world systems for the purposes of finding solutions. Simio¿s 3D modeling abilities are unmatched by any other software packages available. Simio is quick and easy in the 3D department and compared to others is much less time consuming for similar 3D animations. With that said, the 3D modeling is generally a non-value added task and we were more focused on the software¿s modeling abilities. Simio¿s add-in packages operate flawlessly with OptQuest being the one we utilize the most. The customer support at Simio is outstanding too. I reached out to Simio when modeling a complex transit system this past year and they were able to identify my error and provided a fix the same day. We recently decided to expand our abilities with the usage of Simio¿s Risk-based Planning and Scheduling. After watching roughly 11 videos about 10 minutes each, Simio¿s RPS was easily incorporated into a previous manufacturing process project. Adapting the previous project slightly was straightforward and surprisingly resulted in the RPS being setup almost automatically. The ability to incorporate the complexities of variation into the RPS is what makes this such an advantageous tool and also what separates it from others. Simio also offers an add-in package for the RPS, Wonderware MES which provides the real-time production data. Generating plans, evaluating risk, performing comparisons, and many other functions are available through Simio¿s RPS and we look forward to providing this to our clients. We give Simio our highest recommendation.

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Simio

Facility design simulation & production scheduling