SLU goes for TimeEdit

December 9, 2019

The Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, SLU, has chosen TimeEdit for their end-to-end scheduling needs, from preference collection to exam management, for all their campuses.

The implementation of TE Suite will cover the full process from planning, scheduling, room allocation, exam management and analytics. The switch to TimeEdit came as result of a decision to modernize the administration and make better use of the universities resources.

The university is currently in the process of implementing TE Exam for their exam management. As a part of the implementation, the university centralizes the exam management process. Through TE Exam, the course coordinator will order exams directly through the application and the central exam office will schedule rooms and invigilators to the exam, as well as managing special needs and student seat allocation. Invigilitors are scheduled based on the availability they have submitted in advance, and the invigilators are notified when they are booked to an exam. Through the invigilator interface in TE Exam she can confirm and see all relevant information about the exam.

SLU will also implement the new tool for collecting schedule data throughout the organization. Instead of submitting course preferences and class sequences through excel, word or email, professors and course coordintors will use TE Preferences which structure the data directly in the scheduler's scheduling tool, TE Core.

"TimeEdit fulfilled our requirements for a powerful and user-friendly system that at the same time contained the tools and functions that a modern university needs," says Oliver Milivojevic (project manager for the implementation project) and Roger Pettersson (department manager and system owner for TimeEdit)"

"We are super happy to have SLU onboard. TimeEdit solves SLU's well, and the user group is very progressive and forward-thinking. I am sure that we will continue develop the resource management space together for many years to come", says Johan Blomdahl, CEO of TimeEdit.