FME World Tour 2014 coming to Melbourne

By on 21 January, 2014


As a value added reseller of FME and Platinum Partner of Safe Software, 1Spatial has announced that it will be hosting the official FME 2014 World Tour in both Australia and the UK.

These one day events have been designed to educate and offer delegates the opportunity to develop their FME skills through technical sessions and interactions with both FME Certified Professionals and importantly, other fellow users and peers from a variety of different organisations and businesses.

Existing customers will discover and understand how to apply the new capabilities of FME 2014 and explore how you can get a rapid return on investment.

The event is also a great opportunity for potential users of FME to find out more about the benefits of the products, and how 1Spatial can help your organisation.

There will also be demonstrations and case studies from existing customers.

“These events provide a key platform to demonstrate the enormous benefits of FME technology, as well as showcasing FME 2014,” said Alison Masters, CMO of 1Spatial. “We look forward to welcoming both new and existing customers and giving insight for those who want to gain a better understanding of FME and how it can be applied to their business.”

The FME World Tour will make its way to Melbourne on May 15th at the Intercontinental Hotel, The Rialto. You can register at the FME World Tour website.

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