• New York
    New York
    2100 Students
    97% Accuracy

    “Easy to use and love the High Student Request Accuracy”

     

  • You might also know it as:
    • Master Scheduler
    • Course Scheduler
    • Student Scheduler
    • Request Scheduler
    • Resource Scheduler
    • Bell Scheduler
    Master Schedule Screenshot
    Master Scheduler also known as bell scheduler

     

  • Finally! Master Scheduling made easy:
    Step 1 : Scheduler Input
    Step 2 : Build scheduler (fully automated)
    Step 3 : Students Conflicts (solution based)
    Step 4 : Exports
    Master Schedule Screenshot

     

  • Easy Scheduler Configuration
    • Easy imports
    • User friendly screens
    • Clear screen layouts
    • Intuitive look and feel
    • Get your schedule done this year - Faster and better!
    Master Schedule Screenshot

     

  • EMO-Student Requests
    Student Requests
    With such a high building accuracy
    you know your students will be
    exultant to get their requested
    course choices fulfilled.

     

     

  • Automated Scheduler Builder
    • Automated intelligence
    • Automated conflicts reduction
    • Automated improvements
    • Fast
    • Accurate
    • Fewer student conflicts
    • Optimal course sizes
    • Optimizes while building
    • As conflicts appear they are immediately fixed
    Master Schedule Screenshot
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    Master Scheduler also known as bell scheduler  
    • Build Your Schedule

    • Proof of Concept

    • Free Evaluation 30 day

     

  • Course Manager
    • Semester
    • Course priority
    • Course limits
    • Reserve placements
    • Reserve teachers
    • Valid periods
    • Departments
    • Automated deconstruction - new
    • And so Much More …
    Master Schedule Screenshot
  • Student Request Placements
    • Full Automated
    • Fewer student conflicts
    • Course balancing
    • Alternate or reserved courses
    • Conflict Sources – new and must have
    Master Schedule Screenshot

     

  • EMO-Fully Automated Building
    Fully Automated Building
    You do not have to spend any time
    on the building phase!!!
    The auto building is done with:
    * Speed    * Accuracy   * Intelligence

     

     

  • Master scheduler
    • Different view options
    • View detail selections
    • Eagle view
    • Information at your fingertips
    • Viewable improvement  solutions
    Master Schedule Screenshot

     

  • Personal Placements
    • Reserve teachers
    • Lock courses
    • Team teaching
    • Valid lessons
    • Rooms and seats
    Master Schedule Screenshot

     

  • ASCA Conference
    American School Counselor Association
    American School Counselor Association
    Master Scheduler also known as bell scheduler

     

  • Scheduler Analyzer
    Analyze your master scheduler for performance and efficiency
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  • EMO - Quantum Leap
    Quantum Leap
    Scheduling takes a Quantum Leap:
    the singletons, doubletons, building,
    conflict matrix & more -
    intelligently done for you.
    Finally!
    What you always thought should be possible
    is now available.
  • Business Management
    Always wanted to know what would happen if you were to add or reduce resources?
    - Now you can!
    New choices and more power at your fingertips.
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  • Study Hall
    • Students that have study hall
    • Percentages per period
    • Study hall teachers available
    • Summarized options
    Master Schedule Screenshot

     

  • Scheduler Building Algorithms
    Specializes in complex scheduler building algorithms, to provide the best master scheduling solutions for you.
    Mathematically based.
    Better algorithms results in fewer conflicts to fix, with better course sizes.
    Don’t compromise on your schedule.
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  • EMO - Enrich Your School Schedule
    Enrich Your School Schedule
    Give your school, students  and teachers
    what they  ask for and optimize your
    school performance and results.

     

     

  • Fixing Student Conflicts...
    ...is as easy as Pick and Click.
    • Displays workable fix solutions
    • Shows multi-period solutions
    • Changes conflicts to solutions
    • Source solutions
    • Auto suggest features
    Master Schedule Screenshot

     

Most of our development time is spent on the algorithms.

We are continuously reducing drag and friction to increase the speed and accuracy of your Master Scheduler.

The faster the algorithms are, the more powerful the schedule can become and the more solutions it can find, instead of wasting time.

We have done a lot of experimental writing meaning finding new ways to add intelligence to the algorithms.

If you look at the example of when you walk into the room, very quickly you are able to know who is the leader the room, we set happy, friendly person jumping off the walls and two other people with whom you can relate to.

It is normal for you to gravitate towards the people that you like and have a lot in common with. In the same way the scheduler algorithms would walk into a room(figuratively speaking) and know exactly the same information and then act on it.

The scheduler will not sit on the bench all shy but would be the fun guy in the room with whom everybody wants to gravitate towards and feel the need to share information with.

The scheduler will then analyze and compare information received from the different people and from that, make the best decision as a leader, which direction the group needs to go. By no means is the scheduler a shy chap, but rather a highly intelligent and dynamic person(so to speak).

Patterns

Unlike something like a chess program that comes preloaded with certain patterns or opening moves, what makes most scheduling so challenging is that these patterns cannot be preloaded and need to be calculated ‘on the go’.

Especially in the American schools, with the amount of different courses available which differ from school to school; spotting these patterns in the data field becomes very, very tricky.

Having worked with high institutions that are very large in numbers, we were able to spot patterns that