15 September 2019
What if the future was Slow tech? This question when asked by a software publisher could seem somewhat incongruous even counter-productive regarding its own interests. However Berger Levrault is engaging with the concept, reflecting on its various applications in its fields of activity for the benefit of its customers and their missions for public services.
“During a post-mortem, the Scheduling department had another amazing moment; the faculties’ complaints transformed to positive feedback such as: I’ve got a good timetable!”
“Timetabler and Timetabler DCU are powerful tools that have resolved numerous scheduling and facility issues.”
“It was an emergency to get the system up and running and when I looked at the implementation timeline, I had huge doubts. But Infosilem delivered on time to our greatest satisfaction.”
“When placing a request, users will have previously checked availability of space. As a result of this transparency, users no longer doubt when space is actually booked. It’s marvelous, as it increased their trust in the central office.”
“Berger-Levrault’s products provided the most functionality and they had exceptional peer-to-peer reviews. Other organizations already using Infosilem had indicated that they really loved the people they worked with from sales to implementation.”
“The University has dramatically increased its operational efficiency and is now able to produce a more accurate final exam schedule faster. Students are thrilled to have access to their final exam schedules weeks earlier than they used to.”