Mimosa is a universal scheduling and course planning software for use in any kind of school and university of varying type and size. It is also used to schedule conferences and work-shifts in business and industry environments. The application is fast, user-friendly and has an extremely large capacity. It has a very rich set of efficient optimization tools and interactive timetabling selections for all kind of scheduling tasks. Mimosa has become very popular and spread fast through the Internet to several schools and businesses in over 60 countries and on all continents.
User-friendliness prevents from making common mistakes; instead users receive useful hints, answers to what-if questions and you also have the context-sensitive help or access the tutorial on our webpage. You can create all or some of the timetables either automatically, or interactively and in any order.
Openness of the software allows you to move data easily to and from other applications via numerous Clipboard selections and the text file conversion tools.
Flexible architecture enables Mimosa to fit for all types of users, very easily. It supports all school and university forms organizations and companies, since you can easily configure the application for your special scheduling needs or apply the included templates and sample files.
Enormous capacity of Mimosa allows you to manage up to 300,000 timetables, 30 slots in a day of a 7-day week, 255 terms and over 8000 codes in a single small file. No third-party databases or additional software is used with Mimosa in order to guarantee maximum performance, reliability and easy maintenance, combined with low end-user price.
Several departments can use Mimosa simultaneously and automatically merge their files over a network, expanding its capacity even larger. The network extension is not based on any specific network architectures, and it takes into account the dynamic nature of Mimosa data files and does not require any licensees.
Changelog for this release:
- Format to import timetables via Clipboard extended
12 MB on disk