Do you launch decision model A or B? What happens if an operator makes a manual override? How does a new optimization model perform against real-world data? Testing and experimentation has the answers, but getting them has traditionally been a challenge.
2022 was a big year: the next-gen Nextmv platform, multi-paradigm solving, INFORMS, curling in Montreal. 2023 has even more goodness in store.
I retired our on-call scheduling spreadsheet — and you can too. Here’s how I built a custom decision model that generates and sends optimized schedules to the PagerDuty API.
Go from zero to working decision model in minutes — then customize or create something totally new. The new and improved Nextmv platform changes the way operational decisions get made at speed and scale.
Solvers help us tackle big problems. But how well do you understand the solver technology that you have? Did you build it? Buy it? Will it scale with your operations?
Optimization model testing plays a key role in ensuring smooth yet improving business operations. But the testing universe is big and sometimes unwieldy. Learn how to get started with a unified decision model testing framework.
Is optimization a solved problem? How does it fit into modern business models such as on-demand delivery? What does it mean to model like an operator? We’ll ask Dr. Hoffman these questions and more.
Build and run complete decision optimization models in minutes for vehicle routing, scheduling, packing, and Sudoku. With a few commands, you're ready to solve.
Register to watch a presentation, demo, and AMA time with the Nextmv team. Get an overview of the newly released custom decision optimization platform, see it in action, and check out a preview of our multi-solver capabilities.
From vehicle routing problems (VRPs) to scheduling staff and workers, there is a multitude of decisions ripe for automation. In this talk, Carolyn Mooney, CEO of Nextmv, talks about her vision for shifting from traditional decision workflows to decision automation where any developer can work with decisions as code.