Exporting from TimeTabler to your Admin System

Once you have completed your timetable in TimeTabler (with Help from the HelpLine if necessary) you can then export it into your Admin System (MIS), such as SIMS .net etc.
TimeTabler will provide an export file of your completed timetable for any of the following MIS (Management Information Systems).
In each case it is an official export-import, by full agreement with the company concerned.

SIMS .net         http://home.capitaes.co.uk/sims/
We are an official Capita-SIMS Partner.
 
We provide full documentation with a step-by-step illustrated guide for this XML export-import, which transfers your completed timetable from TimeTabler directly into SIMS .net. export to SIMS
This means that your school does not have to use Nova-T4 or T6 at all.
 
The import uses exactly the same SIMS import 'wizard' that T6 uses.
Your local/county SIMS Support Team will know this wizard well.

SIMS Nova-T4        http://home.capitaes.co.uk/sims/
A file is exported from Nova-T4, imported into TimeTabler, where the SIMS class-names are matched to the TimeTabler names, automatically (or manually), and then a file is exported from TimeTabler to SIMS Nova-T4 with all your timetable data included.  We provide full documentation with a step-by-step guide.

Progresso          http://www.progressomis.com/progressoProgresso
The Progresso MIS, (formerly from Serco-CMIS, now from Advanced Learning) has a direct electronic import from TimeTabler.
 
A file containing all your timetable data is exported from TimeTabler and imported into Progresso.
 
We (and Advanced Learning) provide full documentation with a step-by-step guide for this export-import.

Facility (formerly Serco-CMIS, now supported by Advanced Learning)
http://www.progressomis.com/facility
We provide full documentation with a step-by-step illustrated guide for this export; and the import into Facility is either by a managed (charged) service provided by Serco, or by MIST Services, or manually using documentation that we provide.
This means that you do not have to use Facility Scheduler for doing your timetable.

Phoenix e1        http://www.pearsonphoenix.com/
We provide full documentation with a step-by-step illustrated guide for this XML export-import.
PhoenixGold        http://www.pearsonphoenix.com/
A file is exported from PhoenixGold, imported into TimeTabler, where the Phoenix class-names are matched to the TimeTabler names, and then a file is exported from TimeTabler to Phoenix with all your timetable data included.  We provide full documentation with a step-by-step guide for this CSV export-import.
WCBS / PASS / 3Sys        http://www.wcbs.co.uk
A file containing all your timetable data is exported from TimeTabler and imported into the PASS system.
We, and WCBS, provide full documentation for this export.
RM Integris        http://www.rm.com/export to RM Integris
A file containing all your timetable data is exported from TimeTabler and imported into RM Integris.
We provide full documentation with a step-by-step guide for this export-import.
There is an export for both Integris Classic and for Integris G2 / S2.
iSAMS        http://www.isams.co.uk/
A file containing all your timetable data is exported from TimeTabler and imported into the iSAMS system.
We provide full documentation with a step-by-step guide for this export-import.
SchoolBase        http://schoolbase.biz/
A file containing all your timetable data is exported from TimeTabler and imported into the SchoolBase system.
We provide full documentation with a step-by-step guide for this export-import.
Bromcom        http://www.bromcom.com/
A file containing all your timetable data is exported from TimeTabler and imported into the Bromcom system.
Double First Engage        http://www.doublefirst.com/
A file is exported from Engage, imported into TimeTabler, where the Engage class-names are matched to the TimeTabler names, and then a file is exported from TimeTabler to Engage with all your timetable data included.  
We provide full documentation with a step-by-step guide for this export-import.
ScholarPack        http://www.scholarpack.com/
A file containing all your timetable data is exported from TimeTabler and imported into the ScholarPack system.
Rediker AdminPlus        http://www.Rediker.com
A file containing all your timetable data is exported from TimeTabler and imported into the AdminPlus system.
School2000        http://www.school2000.co.uk/
A file containing all your timetable data is exported from TimeTabler and imported into the School2000 system.
I.E.S.        http://www.ies.co.nz/
A file containing all your timetable data is exported from TimeTabler and imported into the I.E.S. system.
WebEIM        http://www.webeim.com
A file containing all your timetable data is exported from TimeTabler and imported into the WebEIM (Teledata) system.
BehaviourWatch and SchoolPod       http://behaviourwatch.co.uk/
A file containing all your timetable data is exported from TimeTabler and imported into the BehaviourWatch system.
Room Booking System       http://www.roombookingsystem.co.uk/
A file containing all your timetable data is exported from TimeTabler and imported into the Room Booking System.
Denbigh Administration        http://www.denbigh.com.au/denbigh_administration
A file containing all your timetable data is exported from TimeTabler and imported into the Denbigh Administration system.
SWAN       
A file containing all your timetable data is exported from TimeTabler and imported into the SWAN system.
Arbor        http://www.arbor-education.com/
A file containing all your timetable data is exported from TimeTabler and imported into the Arbor system.
SIMS Star-2 and Star-3
The export-import for these older SIMS systems are still included in TimeTabler.

Other exports are possible.  See Section L of the full Manual, or contact the HelpLine .
 
All Staff / Class / Room printouts from TimeTabler can also be exported as Web pages at the click of your mouse.  
You can show these on your school web-site, to make them available to parents, or email them to colleagues.

 
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