Our Simulations

Online, in-person, or hybrid. Corporate workshops can be configured and customised to meet your needs.

Transforming business

Transformation from a linear to a circular business model. 

Building bridges

Bridging the physical and financial supply chain.

Physical flow

The movement of goods through the value chain.

Topics include but are not limited to:

  • SC Strategy & Alignment
  • Sales and Operations Planning (S&OP)
  • Inventory Management and Optimization
  • Supplier and Customer Collaboration
  • Demand Driven Material Req Planning (DDMRP)
  • Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)
  • SC Risk Management
  • Supply Chain Strategy Segmentation
  • Value Stream Mapping (VSM)
  • Constraint management
  • Omni-Channel, Expansion and logistics footprint
  • New Product Introductions
  • Supply Chain Finance - reverse factoring
  • Circular Business Models - Transformation



Executive Workshop Series -   Short seminars or workshops for senior and executive management.

These workshops all include a component of experiential learning with our business simulation platforms.

Content is either custom, based on the APICS Principles, or Demand Driven Institute content.

A Unique Demand Driven Sales and Operations Experience with The Fresh Connection Presented with real-world constraints and challenges the participants go through the S&OP process to implement DDMRP using basic Demand Driven MRP buffer rules and discover the power and impact of DDMRP buffers strategically positioned to protect the flow.  Co-Developed by ParadoxSolve and CM Entreprises.

For more information on our upcoming DDS&OP Courses click Here



The Fresh Connection (TFC) creates greater alignment and a deeper understanding in the worlds biggest and best businesses:

  • Fortune Global 500: 40% of the top 100 manufacturing businesses are using TFC
  • Gartners Supply Chain Top 25: Over 50% are using TFC
  • Global top 10 of 3rd Party Logistics Providers: 40% are using TFC

 The Fresh Connection, ”the ultimate value chain experience”