Question from Michael M. Bissonette: do you run “Brute Force” Monte Carlo simulations that take more than just a few
seconds to execute? I have in the past (e.g., ran some overnight and others for hours when performing Schedule Risk
Analyses), and had to determine other things to do while I waited, for it took so long. I eventually decided to get
another computer to work on other tasks while I waited. The worst part was determining that I had to make changes
and re-run – and usually that was only the first simulation re-run of many. If I knew of a better option, I would have
jumped on it immediately! Well, there is a better option now, and it is called the TriCoBi Method.
The TriCoBi™ Method is inherently fast and accurate – and not only enables rapid SRA (Schedule Risk Analysis)
Modelling & Simulation, but virtually any Simulation where manipulation of Probability Distribution data is involved.
Here is a comparison of TriCoBi™ method results using the Chrono™ SRA tool, and another common Tool.
RTConfidence, Inc. is so convinced that the TriCoBi™ Method has no equal, that we are currently offering free limited time trials of Chrono™ for people to generate SRA results and compare them – or just try the Chrono™ application out to see what you think. What does that hurt?
Please note that Chrono™ is an add-in to Microsoft Project, so please review the Configuration requirements first.