From MBs Software:
Schedule It is the ultimate in room, people and resource planning software. It has six scheduling programs in one, single or multi users, local or remote access. Use Schedule It to plan and schedule just about any collection of resources or tasks with detailed filtering, reporting, expense tracking, and cost analysis for each.
Automatic email alerts and reminders keep everybody informed of any schedule changes. It includes new remote synchronization, customizable reports, and views.
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