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Environment Agency Application Build and Managed Service Win

By Eric Van Rees - 26th June 2020 - 06:48

1Spatial, the global spatial software and solutions company announced it has been awarded the Environment Agency FME Server Application Build and Managed Service contracts following a competitive process.

1Spatial have supported the architectural design and led the building and configuration of a new FME Server environment in the Defra IT estate for the Environment Agency. The IT service model around FME Server is being provided through a multi-supplier model.1Spatial’s approach to building FME Server on the Environment Agency’s IT infrastructure is designed for agility, flexibility, scale and complexity.

1Spatial will be providing an FME Server Application Managed Service for the Environment Agency. This service will deliver a solution that is provided on an ongoing basis, managing the FME Server Application environment. 1Spatial will handle the operations of FME Server. The service includes FME Server maintenance, configuration changes, capacity management and incident management.

In awarding the contracts, the Environment Agency considered 1Spatial’s FME Server expertise and experience designing, building, configuring and supporting FME Server, as a leading global Platinum Partner of Safe Software. 1Spatial has Certified FME and FME Server Professionals and Certified FME Trainers.

Jonathan Shears, UK Managing Director of 1Spatial, commented:

“We are delighted to have been selected for this strategically important initiative for the Environment Agency. We have an excellent track record of collaborating with organisations across the UK and globally to design, build, implement and support FME solutions and we look forward to partnering with the Environment Agency.”

www.1spatial.com

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