1Spatial plc will be hosting a series of free FME World Tour events in the UK, Australia and Singapore.
The sessions will help users and newcomers to FME to understand how best to transfigure their data into useful information, and make it appear when and where it’s needed. 1Spatial is a Value-Added Reseller of FME and a Platinum Partner of Safe Software, enabling organisations to automate their processes, innovate and make their data smarter. Registration has opened today: www.1spatial.com/FMEWT
Safe’s co-founder Dale Lutz says, “Organisations must start with accurate and validated data if they want to compete in today’s data-heavy world. Only then can it be integrated with other data or environments. The FME World Tour provides a unique opportunity to get a magical insight into the benefits of FME. It’s no illusion, making your data smarter is key to better understanding the world around us and improving decision-making”.
Each event will include lots of networking opportunities using our own unique style, technical presentations and interactive sessions to fuel your imagination and plenty of business benefits. As always we welcome both new users and veterans of FME.
David Eagle, Managing Consultant, 1Spatial says, “Joining the FME World Tour is all about finding new ways to transform your data into useful information. We’ll be holding technical demonstrations to show how you can improve your FME processes and our user stories will give real world examples of how FME has helped our customers to make their projects more efficient. The FME World Tour is always fun and interactive, so come and join us and speak to one of our FME Wizards to solve your data challenges”.
The FME World Tour caters for technical and non-technical delegates; wizards and muggles alike. There are deep-dive sessions for experienced FME users, but also sessions which are appropriate for people who are new to the technology. It’s also an opportunity to review the latest capabilities of the new release. 1Spatial always presents the capabilities from a number of angles to ensure there is something for everyone.