FME Announces ESRI ArcGIS 10 Support

Vancouver, BC, June 30, 2010 – Safe Software today announced the release of FME 2010 SP2, with compatibility for ESRI’s newly-released ArcGIS 10. FME, the industry leader in spatial data transformation, is one of the first commercial applications to provide support for this major new version from ESRI, enabling users to upgrade without delay.

"This release of FME illustrates our ongoing commitment to support the latest formats and technologies as quickly as possible," says Dale Lutz, Vice President of Development at Safe Software. "Depending on FME for data interoperability ensures that you will always be future-ready."

FME technology also powers the latest version of ESRI’s ArcGIS Data Interoperability Extension, enabling ArcGIS 10 users to directly read a wide range of formats and perform data transformations directly from within the ArcGIS environment.

"FME is an integral part of our product offering, and we know we can count on Safe to stay on top of evolving formats and industry requirements to meet our data interoperability needs." says Jack Dangermond, ESRI President.

As always, Safe maintains comprehensive format compatibility, remaining backwards-compatible for users of earlier versions of ESRI products. To download FME 2010 SP2 with support for ArcGIS 10, visit:

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