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EventMAP wins major contract with top Scottish university

The University of Edinburgh has awarded the contract for supply of its timetabling, resource booking and exam scheduling software to EventMAP.

November 20, 2023

We are delighted to announce that the University of Edinburgh, an internationally renowned university, has awarded the contract to supply its timetabling, resource booking and exam scheduling software to EventMAP.

The University’s implementation of a new timetabling and booking system will provide headroom for growth in the number and variety of both teaching activities and room bookings, as well as ensuring improved business service continuity to both students and staff. It will also deliver scalability and improved integration as it seeks to respond to emerging curriculum-based strategies with a more agile and flexible timetabling system that can deliver the best possible service to more than 40,000 taught students.

The University is now working closely with EventMAP to deliver the project, with Optime Timetabler, Exam, and Booker, being rolled out in a phased approach from July 2023.

We are proud to welcome the University of Edinburgh to our Optime Scheduling Cloud user family. If you would like to discover how EventMAP can assist you in managing all of your timetabling, exam, resource modelling, planning and scheduling needs, contact us here.

About the University

The University of Edinburgh is one of the oldest civic universities in the world, rooted in Scotland. It provides top quality academic, social, and cultural facilities to around 50,000 students and more than 16,000 staff. Founded in 1583, Edinburgh is ranked 12th in the Complete University Guide, and is one of the top 30 universities in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings. The institution has provided a home to greats such as alumnus Sir Arthur Conan Doyle of Sherlock Holmes fame and Professor Emeritus Peter Higgs, who was jointly awarded the Nobel Prize for Physics for his prediction of the Higgs Boson.

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