DMS announces training and commercial support for Quantum GIS

By on 23 October, 2012
Digital Mapping Solutions (DMS) recently announced the introduction of commercial training and support packages for the free Quantum GIS (QGIS) package, throughout Australia and New Zealand.
DMS joins a range of international companies offering commercial services for the open source desktop GIS application, to support organisations wishing to incorporate this technology into their production environments. These services now provide Australian organisations with access to the same level of support and training that are offered with traditional vendor-based products.
QGIS is free to download and delivers a full-featured desktop GIS solution used by thousands of organisations worldwide. Being a fully functional desktop GIS system, entire organisations now have an opportunity to access comprehensive desktop GIS functionality that may have previously been cost prohibitive. These new services provide QGIS users with local access to professional training and support, giving organisations the confidence to integrate QGIS into their everyday GIS tasks.
Formal training courses are conducted across Australia and New Zealand to enable users to quickly become productive with their own projects. Training courses are run by experienced, professional trainers and provide a practical and comprehensive hands-on introduction to the software.
Further details on the course content are available at:
DMS are also able to offer customised training options, including flexible course design and delivery.
The next training dates are:
PERTH: 23 – 24 October 2012
BRISBANE: 20 – 21 November 2012
MELBOURNE: 22 – 23 November 2012
For further information and registration in the courses, email Joanne Smith joanne.smith [at] Places in the courses are limited. 

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