What does OPUS do?
Timetabling & Scheduling
Opus is a timetabling and scheduling tool, which allows Randstad or the University to match students to available and suitably qualified and experienced Support Workers
OPUS provides the facility for Support Workers and students to use on-line timesheets, which can be accessed on any smartphone, tablet or computer. The student can approve their timesheets, with one click. 98% of timesheets are approved by the student in the month that they are added.
OPUS invoices electronically directly to funding bodies or institutions each month, removing the need for paper timesheets.
OPUS is able to produce extensive Management Information, which Randstad or the University can use to create bespoke reports.
OPUS controls student funding and avoids overspend by restricting funding through weekly, monthly or annual limits. The system provides complete visibility of student spend against their entitlement.
OPUS automatically monitors student non-attendance and alerts Randstad or the University, once a student has reached the maximum instances on non-attendance permitted by SFE.