FME Inspiration Day, 27 april in Leuven
How do I make my organisation data-driven?
For data-driven organisations, data are not a by-product but a valuable raw material. They let you make better choices, streamline processes and serve target groups perfectly. But how do you organise the ever-growing flow of digital data from various sources and formats?
With the data integration platform FME, you let geo and other data flow freely between hundreds of apps, databases and file formats. As a long-standing Gold Partner of Safe Software, GIM continues the world tour tradition. We bring together FME users and geo-professionals for a day of inspiring idea exchange on geo-data integration.
At this first "FME Inspiration Day, powered by GIM" you will be presented with a host of innovative ideas to get even more value out of your data.
12:00 Welcome with sandwich lunch
13:00 Plenary session
- Inspiring data-driven presentations from FME users
- A look at the innovative features in FME to organise your data flows even better
- Tips and tricks from GIM's FME certified professionals to become even more productive with FME
You will soon find the detailed agenda here.
16:00 Closing drink with snacks and plenty of networking with other data-driven FME users
Thursday 27 April at Sportoase on the Philipssite in Leuven
Participation is free, but places are limited.
Help us fight waste. Are you registered but unable to come? Then give us a call in good time.
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