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anyLogistix Editions

You can start anyLogistix and create supply chain models with one of the following licenses:

  • PLE (Personal Learning Edition) - is intended for personal or any non-commercial use. It offers the complete set of anyLogistix Studio features and analytical tools with certain restrictions.
  • Academic - is intended for education use only. It is a fully functional anyLogistix Studio version offering the complete set of features and tools. The title and the map has a watermark notifying you of the license type you are using.
  • Studio - is intended for commercial use only. It is a fully functional version with the complete set of features and tools.

Personal Learning Edition Restrictions

The PLE version is intended for personal, educational, and any other non-commercial use. It offers the complete set of Studio features and analytical tools, however, there are certain restrictions that are applied to the Personal Learning Edition license:

  • The options allowing you to create, edit, and manage extensions are not available.
  • Each scenario within a project may contain:
    • 100 customers (20 customers in case of Transportation optimization and Capacitated transportation optimization experiments)
    • 10 DCs and factories
    • 10 products
    • 3 suppliers
  • The following tables are not available:
    • Custom constraints
    • Demand forecast
    • Indicator constraints
    • Linear ranges
    • Milk runs
    • Objective members
    • Path selection mode
  • The following experiments are not available:
    • GFA with roads
    • Safety stock estimation
    • Custom experiment
  • User management options are not available.
  • The MRP (Material Requirements Planning) policy is not available.
  • Experiment may process up to 10 Replications.
  • Only SQLite database type is available.

Visually the PLE version has the Non-commercial use only statement, which is available:

  • In the title of anyLogistix

  • As a watermark on the map

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