A brief history of ModelAssist
ModelAssist is distributed and supported by EpiX Analytics LLC. ModelAssist for Crystal Ball and @Risk were originally developed and commercialized by Vose Consulting in 2004 with the goal of providing a comprehensive quantitative risk analysis reference. In October 2010, Vose Consulting US LLC changed ownership and was renamed EpiX Analytics LLC. Since then, EpiX has made ModelAssist available online as a software-neutral single version wiki-style repository of simulation modeling and risk analysis methodology and continues to update it regularly.
About EpiX Analytics
EpiX Analytics was founded to provide pragmatic answers to decision makers using sound quantitative methods. Using their extensive analytical experience, our consultants have striven to stay on the cutting edge of quantitative modeling and analytical methods to provide our clients and research partners with the most current and sound answers to their decision question.
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EpiX Analytics LLC holds the full rights to the ModelAssist® software. ModelAssist is licensed and contains content from several sources including (in alphabetical order), content created by the following contributors: Elnaz Beirami, Gonzalo Bustos, Solenne Costard, Huybert Groenendaal, Timour Koupeev, Barbara O'Neill, Jane Pouzou, Daan Raman, Wouter Smet, Michael Van Hauwermeiren, David Vose (also published in "Risk Analysis: A Quantitative Guide", by David Vose, published in 2000 by John Wiley & Sons), and Francisco Zagmutt.