MIS Systems Thread, GP-Untis versus aSc Timetabling - Feedback please? in Technical; Hi, looking to get feedback from users on the following two timetabling products:
gp -untis (Untis Timetable Software - School ...
9th May 2012, 05:11 PM #1
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GP-Untis versus aSc Timetabling - Feedback please?
Hi, looking to get feedback from users on the following two timetabling products:
gp-untis (Untis Timetable Software - School Scheduling Software- Timetabling for Universities)
aSc Timetables (aSc TimeTables - School Scheduling. Best timetable software to create school timetable.)
I read some feedback that although aSc has a user friendly interface, gp-untis was more suited for large schools with 1,000+ students. Also electives management is a key area I'd like feedback on. Anybody currently using these products, and if not can you recommend alternatives.
9th May 2012, 06:56 PM #2
I haven't used either but can recommend an alternative.
11th May 2012, 08:16 PM #3
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Thanks penfold_99. Is this the timetabling solution bundled in with Progresso, or does it have it's own timetabling module based on Scheduler?
17th May 2012, 05:49 PM #4
TimeTabler is a stand-alone timetabling program, which exports the completed timetable to Progresso [as well as to SIMS .net, RM Integris, Phoenix e1, etc, etc].
20th May 2012, 01:17 AM #5
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Thanks, so what does Progresso come bundled with? Does it have a Timetabling module?
20th May 2012, 10:40 AM #6
Progresso will accept a completed timetable from the old Facility Scheduler [which I think is bundled with Progresso]
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22nd May 2012, 11:01 AM #7
We use GP Untis at our school. Works well with 1000 students and 63 rooms.
22nd May 2012, 01:11 PM #8
In Progresso you can choose which timetabling package you want to import from.
Go to System -> Timetable -> Other settings -> Default scheduler, and select from the drop-down list.
There are 2 choices : Serco Scheduler and KJ TimeTabler.
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