The University of Westminster has selected Advanced Learning for a £425,000 contract to supply timetabling software solutions. The university will go live with the CMIS and CMISGo solutions next August.
CMIS is a timetabling and resource management solution, and CMISGo is a new solution which enables staff and students to publish timetable information and updates via mobile devices.
Martin Stevens, Timetabling Project Manager, University of Westminster says: “We are impressed with the Advanced Learning team and the software and are confident it will generate many benefits for our students, academic staff and support teams. CMIS and CMISGo will enable us to automate numerous timetabling and resource planning processes including the preparation of timetables prior to the beginning of each academic year. This is currently a major challenge and we believe that the new system will enable us to significantly reduce the time it takes to carry out key processes.”
“We plan to use the solutions to introduce self-servicing to students and staff. In the future, students will be able to book study and studio space online from their mobile devices or PCs and academic staff will be able to book lecture and other space with specific facilities.”
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