Data is the lifeblood of your organisation. Successful businesses tend to be ‘data-centric’, treating data as a strategic, permanent asset, even if the applications
using that data change. A documented, durable data architecture will enable your business to more readily take advantage of new and emerging technologies, such as artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things (IoT), and the ‘semantic web’ – an approach which will help structure your data so it can be read directly by computers, enabling increased interoperability and information sharing.
We apply our data architecture expertise to help your organisation transition to a data-centric architecture, offering a range of services including data modelling,
data migration, and data wrangling (i.e. repeatable processes for preparation, restructuring and cleansing of data). Through a long-term commitment to a ‘living’ enterprise-wide data model and unified governance of data and processes, you will help to minimise duplication and provide confidence that everyone is working from the same data. Your organisation may also benefit from a simplified systems and applications portfolio.
Many of our customers use geospatial data as part of their business operations. They recognise the value of location-based intelligence for planning and decision-making, particularly when they are involved in managing geographically dispersed assets or critical national infrastructure.