About Us

Your Vision Unleashed

"Data as Infrastructure" is how we define our mission. Our team of associates has the role primarily responsible for turning your vision into a successful, defensible open data program. In essence, managing data as infrastructure means improving links between silos of databases and data stores; making information/data easier to find online, making it easier for analysts and policy makers to quickly access and transform data into the new formats and knowledge. It means lowering the cost of consuming and using data because we keep having more data to manage. 

We Make Data (Re)Useful

Data is the 21st century’s new raw material. The availability of data is the key to the identification of economic opportunities and policy decision-making. Without a strong program aligned to promote reuse of open government data, the data itself will have little value. Our Company has a record of successful engagements with municipal, state and national governments to fundamentally change the way government interacts with their citizens. This interaction centers on the concept of “data as infrastructure” or data as a strategic asset that belongs to citizens as well as the private sector. 

All of Our Company's services and strategies are aimed at providing measurable business outcomes aligning to an open data strategy. Our Company Solution Engineers work with government executive teams, departments, agencies and ministries to map out open data strategies that create value and provide a path to citizen engagement and collaboration. Our Company is built on enabling collaboration between government and civil society. 

Company Details

  • Headquarters: Research Triangle, North Carolina, USA

  • Year Founded: 2016

  • Company Type: Privately Held Corporation

  • Specialties: Open Data, Data Management, Master Data Management, Data Analytics and Data Governance

Recent Projects

Some Open Data projects include: NC Department of Commerce; Town of Chapel Hill; Durham City/County; Durham Public Schools; City of Raleigh; City of Newark; City of Cambridge; City of Chelsea; Ireland’s Ministry of Reform; Colombia’s Ministry of Information & Communications; Commonwealth of Puerto Rico; Colorado Secretary of State’s Office; Tunisia's Open Data Governance Plan; Qatar's Open Data Governance Plan in partnership with Gulf Business Machines.