For more than 15 years, we have been empowering organizations with custom simulations that enable new means of training and discovery.
Our custom simulations are used around the world to illustrate and educate. They provide realtime feedback, allow for experimentation, and help learners translate what they know into what they do. We're proud of the simulations we've developed so far, but we constantly challenge ourselves and our clients to dream bigger.
Learn About Our Custom Simulation Solutions
Get an overview of Epicenter’s core functionality to understand how our simulation development platform can work within your organization.
Highly configurable platform for soft skills & customer service training, provided through online role playing scenarios.
Ready-to-Run Training Simulations
Use proven simulations in your higher education classrooms or corporate trainings. Our content is developed by experts, including faculty at Harvard, MIT, Wharton & other premier business schools.
Leadership and Teamwork: Everest Simulation
Attempt to summit Mount Everest with the help of four teammates.
Change Management Simulation: Power and Influence
Decide the proper use and timing of change levers to establish credibility and achieve adopters within an organization.
Leadership & Communication Simulation: Easy Meals
Practice consistent communication with different stakeholders and decision-making as a C-suite executive.
The Beer Game: Supply Chain Management Simulation
The weakest link in the chain is not one person, but the whole chain itself.
Negotiating With Difficult People: Power Plays & Tricky Tactics
Learn to negotiate with difficulet people through practice.
Leadership and Team Decision Making: Patient Zero
Apply adaptive leadership techniques and team dynamics by guiding a country through a Zombie outbreak.
Design Thinking: The Food Truck Challenge
Determine the ideal combination of product and location for a food truck to maximize revenue.
Supply Chain Management: Root Beer Game
Experiment with the bullwhip effect and demand forecasting in the context of a supply chain for making Root Beer.