1Spatial offer free FME audit service

By on 28 April, 2015

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1Spatial will be offering a free FME Workspace Audit service this week at their FME World Tour, taking place in Perth, Sydney and Darwin.

The new free audit service reviews FME Workspaces, including identification of potential problems and proposed areas for improvement. The free Audit report produced will include recommended optimisations and the expected benefits of implementing them. 1Spatial will also offer a paid, remotely delivered FME Workspace Optimisation consulting service to implement the recommendations of the report for customers.

1Spatial will launch the FME Workspace Audit and Optimisation service at the FME World Tour, where delegates will find out what’s new in the latest FME 2015 product release and cover topics such as data validation and producing charts, PDF and Excel Reports.

The FME world tour is to take place at events in Perth on 29 April and Sydney on 1 May. Following strong interest from current and potential FME users in the Northern Territory, 1Spatial is running an additional event in Darwin on 3 June.

For further information about the FME Workspace Audit and Optimisation services visit 1Spatial’s product page.

For further FME World Tour information or free event registration visit the FME World Tour event page.

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