NEWTON, MASSACHUSETTS (USA) - Caliper Corporation, a worldwide leader in GIS, transportation, and mapping software, is offering web-based training for Maptitude.
You can now access an experienced Caliper trainer remotely and get personalized Maptitude training over the Internet. You can have training at short notice (based on availability) and for as many hours as you request. Whether you need an introduction to the software, require answers to specific questions in relation to your projects, or would like to learn about particular features and tools, Caliper staff will be able to schedule training to meet your needs. You can focus the training on your own datasets and on your geographic analysis and mapping needs. Alternatively, you can choose to cover particular topics from the standard instructor-led training courses.
The web-based training is provided via GoToMeeting. The Caliper trainer will be able to walk you through the required steps to achieve your goals and to answer your questions, all within a live environment.
Please contact Caliper if you are interested in arranging a web-based training session.
Costs and registration:
If you have any questions or require custom training at your facility, please call Caliper Training at 617-527-4700.
About Maptitude: Caliper's award-winning Maptitude GIS software is used in many sectors as an affordably-priced, easy-to-use, fully-fledged and data-rich mapping system. Maptitude provides the tools to tackle the critical geographical problems facing both private and public sector organizations, and is used in a wide range of application areas encompassing: Sales and Marketing, Real Estate, Insurance, Banking, Public Health, Community Development and Law Enforcement and Transportation.
Caliper Corporation, founded in 1983 and headquartered in Newton, MA, is an acknowledged technology leader in the development of geographic information systems (GIS) and transportation software. The highly acclaimed Caliper mapping software suite includes Maptitude, TransCAD, and TransModeler, which are used by more than 70,000 users in over 70 countries.