There is not just one valid forecast. On the contrary, decision making should not rely on one single prediction, but instead manage risks and opportunities supported by scenario planning. Utilizing our way of modelling with dynamic simulation, we have developed a generic approach to mastering complexity in many different areas.
Take a look at the value our skilled experts have engineered, and get up to speed by benefiting from our years of experience working with international clients.
Smia is easy to use, but it is also a powerful tool, including object-oriented features, dynamic simulation, risk and uncertainty (Monte Carlo) analysis, optimisation, and sensitivity analysis.
The system automates the task of maintaining the links between visualisations, data, and equations. Smia ensures consistency while reducing the amount of manual work involved in building, maintaining, and validating models.Learn more about Dynaplan Smia
This year, as every year, the Norwegian language institute invited radio listeners to suggest the word of the year. Most years, a funny or positive word makes its way to the top, but for 2017, the word of the year is «trakassering»; the Norwegian term for harassment. Much thanks to the #MeToo movement, focus is set on the harm of bad business culture and behaviour. Going into the holiday season, let us remind ourselves of the real values in life: respect, kindness, and care.Read more
Strategy development is where the greatest ideas — and the greatest mistakes — are born, setting the targets for agile planning to aim for. Speed is not all; without a solid strategy behind it, agile planning can just as well become an instrument for making our mistakes faster.Read more
The 7th annual Dynaplan convention was a multi-facetted experience, starting with an early-morning introductory crash course in strategic workforce planning, delivered by our leading experts in the field. «Extremely useful», a participant exclaimed on his way to the main part of the convention.Read more
Armed with over 25 years of experience in the field of modelling and scenario planning, we have created an advanced and flexible tool for strategic business planning: Dynaplan Smia. Combined with our unique analytics technology, proven scenario simulation methodology and experienced analysts, we deliver state of the art solutions in such varied areas as health care planning, finance and controlling, and human resource management.
Dynaplan’s mission is to contribute to increased quality in strategic and operational planning. Within our solutions, customers can explore the future effect of today’s decisions to balance out risks and opportunities. Therefore we provide our customers with tailored models based on their realities and expertise. Both planners and decision makers are empowered by the software we provide, enabling data collection, scenario building, analysis, viewing results, and presentation all in the same tool.
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Dynaplan is a privately owned company incorporated in Manger, Norway and St. Gallen, Switzerland.
Since its incorporation in 2004, Dynaplan has developed a sustainable customer base. In our strategic workforce planning solution, global players like BMW and Deutsche Bahn manage more than 1 million employees. Have a look at our testimonials to see more of our customers.
In 2008 we achieved AAA credit rating, which has been our rating every year since. In 2013 we were part of Deloitte’s Fast 50 list of the fastest growing technology companies in Norway. Also, Dynaplan was selected as a “cool vendor” (innovative, impactful and intriguing) by analyst Gartner in 2013. In March 2014, SAP certified Dynaplan’s interface to SAP/BW. Also in 2014, Dynaplan and Hay Group, now a part of Korn Ferry, entered a partnership on Strategic workforce planning. In 2016 Dynaplan proudly received the “Business Supercharger” award for our work in people analytics.
Dynaplan is sponsoring the European Master in System Dynamics (EMSD). The programme is specifically designed for students who are interested in learning how to initiate strategic change in organisations, supported by the use of computer simulation models. Take a closer look at the programme’s structure and curriculum here.