Webinar – Data Quality for Local Government

Webinar – Data Quality for Local Government
Thursday 3rd May – 11am BST

In this free webinar session we will be looking at how the Online Validation Service can be used by local authorities to ensure the quality of their spatial data. The session will provide examples of how councils are already saving time and money by using the Online Validation Service and look at typical data issues faced by councils that can easily be solved with the service. In addition, find out how you can use the service completely free of charge and how we can work with you to create new rules that will address a specific data challenge you are currently working with.

Register for free at: http://www.socium.co.uk/#webcast19

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