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New to FME or looking to develop your skills?

By November 13, 2017 January 1st, 2018 No Comments

Registrations for our Introduction to FME Desktop training course are now open.

Unlock the power of FME to manage your data and join Locus Limited at the Grand Mercure, 8 Customs Street East, Auckland on 9th & 10th of October 2017.

Conducted by one of our Safe Software FME Certified Trainers, this two-day course will take place in a classroom environment and include hands-on, problem-solving exercises.

Introduction to FME Desktop is perfect for you if you are:

  • A new user of FME and are looking for some formal instruction
  • You’re a modest user without formal training and would benefit from a greater understanding of the fundamentals
  • You’re less technical more strategic and want to improve business processes in your organisation
  • You would like to leverage the latest version of FME to improve your knowledge and capability

Training will include:

– Data translation basics
– Data transformation
– Best Practice
– Readers and Writers
– Practical Transformer Use

Cost: $1,750 + GST per person ($1,500 + GST per person for two or more people attending from the same organisation)

To register for the Introduction to FME Desktop training course or for more information, telephone us on 0800 LOCUS NZ or  email training@locus.co.nz

More about Locus: Locus Limited is a Safe Software Gold Value Added Reseller. Since 2004, our team of FME Certified Professionals have been enabling businesses globally to unlock the power of FME to manage their enterprise level data.

What is FME?  The Feature Manipulation Engine (FME) is a platform that streamlines the translation of spatial data between geometric and digital formats.   FME enables you to move data between 350+ formats and applications while preserving data quality throughout the conversion process.  With hundreds of tools (transformers) at your disposal you have complete control over the structure and composition of your data.  Manual data processing tasks are a thing of the past with automated workflows scheduled to run at any time interval.