Want to convert your geographical data automatically into any format, integrate it throughout your organization and make it easy to share? GIM can set you on the right path with FME, the ETL tool from Safe Software.
FME (the Feature Manipulation Engine) allows you to convert spatial data automatically and integrate it fully in all facets of your organization. This scalable tool from Safe Software for extract, transform and load applications (ETL) can convert geodata into more than 335 file formats including Excel, Oracle Spatial and SharePoint.
FME Desktop is the ideal tool for automatically converting, sharing, processing and validating large sets of geographical data. The intuitive graphical interface will give you all the support you need to carry out your ETL tasks down to the last detail – and all without you having to write a single line of programming code. You can also configure your workflows in no time at all.
FME Server allows you not only to convert your spatial data into your chosen format but also to share it quite easily within your organization. So everyone – from engineering to distribution and sales – can access the data that they need wherever and whenever they want and in their preferred structure and format.
As a Gold Partner of Safe Software, GIM also has certified FME professionals in house and can guarantee to provide you with excellent support.
Want to find out more about the power of FME? And about how to convert all your geographical data automatically? Then please feel free to contact us !
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