Model Economic Development
The success of a targeted economic development project such as an agricultural “SUPERCLUSTER” turns on networks of interdependent elements: production facilities and required supporting utilities, availability of materials and services, supply chain management, workforce availability and training, availability and viability of transportation, and many others. Failure to account for any of those networks could result in an incomplete or defective risk analysis or unsuccessful economic development initiative.
With its unique interdependency and “What If” modeling capability, TACCS™ can quickly provide an interactive common operating picture that incorporates all of those networks to compare alternative strategies. Whether verifying the inclusion of all the elements impacted by the proposed investment or examining the cascading physical and financial impacts of planned and unplanned possibilities, TACCS™ is an indispensable tool in planning and monitoring multifaceted economics initiatives.