Decision Intelligence for Today’s Enterprises

Your business faces extremely complex challenges. You need to achieve multiple, conflicting objectives simultaneously—amid an ever-changing business landscape and global disruption. That’s why 80% of the world’s leading enterprises turn to Gurobi’s decision intelligence technology.

The World’s Leading Enterprises Optimize with Gurobi

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The Next Step for Enterprises: Decision Intelligence

With decision intelligence technology, you can optimize real-time business decision-making and execution.

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Optimize Your Business Today, While Preparing for a Quantum Future

With decision intelligence technology, you can achieve quantum outcomes, without the wait.

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Energy Innovation Summit - Optimization Strategies for the Energy Transition

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Gurobi Days India

Gurobi Days is returning to India on April 3 - 4, 2024 for the second consecutive year! We hope you’ll join us at the beautiful Shangri-La Bengaluru!

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Experience the Power of Mathematical Optimization

Try our optimization application demos to see how quickly Gurobi solves complex real-world problems.

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What's New in Gurobi 11.0

Experience global nonlinear solving, speed enhancements, dynamic distributed tuning, and enterprise features.

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Gurobi Experts Brochure

Our experienced, PhD-level specialists are passionate about helping you succeed with optimization.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Mathematical Optimization

    • What is mathematical optimization?

      Mathematical optimization uses the power of math to find the best possible solution to a complex, real-life problem. You input the details of your problem—the goals you want to achieve, the limitations you’re facing, and the variables you control—and the mathematical optimization solver will calculate your optimal set of decisions.

    • What’s a real-world example of mathematical optimization?

      85% of the world’s leading companies use mathematical optimization to make optimal business decisions. For example, Air France uses it to build the most efficient schedule for its entire fleet, in order to save on fuel and operational costs, while reducing delay propagation.

    • What makes mathematical optimization “unbiased”?

      Descriptive and predictive analytics show you what has happened in the past, why it happened, and what’s likely to happen next. But to decide what to do with that information, you need human input—which can introduce bias.

      With mathematical optimization, you receive a decision recommendation based on your goals, constraints, and variables alone. You can, of course, involve human input when it comes to whether or not to act on that recommendation. Or you can bypass human input altogether and automate your decision-making.

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