QuickStart offerings allow organizations to generate benefits faster when using Safe Software FME products.
Lakewood, CO, Apr 11, 2016 – Spatial Business Systems (SBS) announces two new offerings designed to help organizations take the most advantage of their investment in the FME spatial ETL software.
The FME QuickStart is a flexible program designed to help organizations get their FME system up and running quickly while delivering practical results. SBS works with FME user organizations to define a package that includes custom training, mentoring and deployment of targeted services to support real business issues related to the integration of spatial information. The FME QuickStart is led by a Certified FME Professional, working directly with the QuickStart customer to deliver timely results at an affordable price.
FME Cloud QuickStart
Like the FME QuickStart, the FME Cloud QuickStart is a flexible program designed to help organizations get their FME system up and running quickly while taking advantage of the benefits of cloud computing. This offering emphasizes the capabilities of FME Cloud and also includes a defined package of cloud-based credits. The FME Cloud QuickStart is also led by a Certified FME Professional who works to deliver spatial ETL services and enterprise automation without the need to invest in on-premise hardware and software.
“The FME QuickStart allows organizations to take advantage of location-based information without having to have deep expertise in geospatial technologies”, says Dennis Beck, President of Spatial Business Systems. “The wide proliferation of sensor-based technologies combined with advanced analytic offerings has generated a large amount of spatial information that many organizations are struggling to exploit; and these problems are quite readily addressed via the solutions SBS offers.”
About Spatial Business Systems
Founded in 2002, SBS provides software and service solutions that help their clients leverage the power of location-based data from CAD, GIS and other information systems. The company has helped over 100 utility, telecommunications and government entities streamline their business processes and reduce costs through their innovative offerings. With offices in Denver, Colorado and Melbourne, Australia, SBS provides expert-level consulting skills and extensive experience in working with the unique aspects of geospatial information. Visit www.spatialbiz.com for more information.