Wednesday, 20 April 2022 13:04

Atturra takes on Infosilem sales and support in ANZ

Atturra general manager of education business applications Mark Dacey Atturra general manager of education business applications Mark Dacey

ASX-listed technology services firm Atturra will distribute and provide implementation services for Berger-Levrault Group's Infosilem software for tertiary and vocational education organisations.

Atturra has already delivered technology deployments to more than 30 higher education institutions across Australia.

Infosilem helps produce better student and faculty schedules, while optimising campus operations and resources.

It includes automated course scheduling, room and seat utilisation management, and course demand analytics.

Atturra will help institutions define their requirements and configure the Infosilem software.

"In seeking partners, Atturra looks for vendors with the same philosophies and vision as our own placing clients and users central to our approach and this is what makes Berger-Levrault a perfect fit," said Atturra general manager of education business applications Mark Dacey.

"The company employs scheduling practitioners as well as specialists in other complimentary areas to ensure their solutions are robust and up-to-date.

"Indeed, with a practitioner lead approach to working with clients and around 150 years of scheduling experience between the Atturra scheduling practice team and the team at Berger-Levrault, we now look forward to leading higher education institutions through change and continual improvement as well as bringing scheduling and resource booking solutions to the region."

Berger-Levrault Group COO Tugdual Le Bouar said "We are absolutely thrilled to be working with Atturra. Their understanding of the industry, their strong local footprint, the extremely high level of competency demonstrated by their staff and our shared values are key factors that bode well for our combined forces to establish a strong presence in the Australian market."

Atturra recently started working with Tribal Group to offer consultation and implementation services capabilities for the Semestry TermTime, ExamTime, and MyTimetable products.

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