Well, we've just wrapped up a whirlwind week of our "Tour de Texas", with stops in Midland, Fort Worth, Dallas and Houston. With this series of morning seminars, we had a chance to connect (and breakfast) with many of you, share our future plans for content and data services, and learn about what you are doing with WhiteStar data.
It's clear that the two most impactful developments on our radar are the cloud, and continuing to expand our Lots and Tracts coverage. Undeniably, the cloud is a fundamental agent of change for how data is delivered. Always and everywhere - this is how you want your data access to be available. And Lots and Tracts continues to improve the utility of grid-centric data, with more and more information being available to increase accurate auto-mapping of legals, saving time and money.
Thanks to all who joined us in Texas - and we are in the planning stages for a tour through the more northerly latitudes in the spring of 2015, with sessions in Denver, Oklahoma City, Tulsa, and Wichita. So watch your inbox for an invitation, or let us know that you're interested in attending to ensure you're on the list.
Colorado FME User Group
If you've ever had a chat with us about data management, you know that we love FME by Safe Software. The inaugural meeting of the Colorado FME User Group took place in October, with a group of excited participants from a number of industries. Safe co-founder Dale Lutz dialed in to give us a live presentation of "five things he can't talk about until January" (the date of their next major release), and we are really excited about being a part of developing this local user community.
Our next meeting is on November 11th at Galvanize in Denver. We use Meetup to organize the events - if you're interested, please do join us!