MapInfo Forum 2013 continues across Australia

By on 5 November, 2013

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MapInfo Forum 2013 is now in full swing, with events having taken place in Brisbane, Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney, and regional New South Wales.

With over 310 members from the MapInfo Community attending from around the country, the series has provided the opportunity for customer stories, networking and product enablement.

“Feedback from the community has been very positive”, says Simon Bird, General Manager of Pitney Bowes Software Australia and New Zealand.  “Customers sharing their MapInfo stories have certainly been a valuable addition to this year’s program”.

The excitement continues to build with events in Adelaide, Darwin, and Hobart taking place in the coming weeks. Parks and Wildlife Services Tasmania, DH Geodata Services, University of South Australia, and Northern Territory Geological Survey form part of the upcoming speaker line-up.  Also included in the program are presentations from Pitney Bowes on the vision and strategy of the Location Intelligence portfolio, including products like MapInfo Professional and Spectrum Spatial.

MapInfo Forum will cover:

  • What’s new and coming in the MapInfo suite
  • Customer case study presentations
  • Tips n’ tricks to get more from the technology

The remaining Australian locations being visited include:

  • Hobart, 12th November 2013
  • Adelaide, 13th November 2013
  • Darwin, 19th November 2013
  • Perth March/April 2014

Those seeking GIS certification will be pleased to hear that SSSI members can earn 5 CPD points for attending this event.

To find out more and register your spot at the MapInfo Forum, please visit www.pitneybowes.com.au/MapInfo-Forum.

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