Migrate your data

Moving from one system to another? A new platform? Another provider? We have migrated tens of millions of records.

There are a number of reasons why you might be considering data migration:

  • Upgrading to a new system
  • Transferring to another administrator
  • Buy ins/buy outs
  • Combining multiple data sets from different sources
  • Outsourcing in-house administration

There are 4 key steps when planning a data migration project. We can help with all of them.

How we do it

1 Data mapping

We use our technology to plug into your systems. It ingests the data you have and rationalises it – enable us to make sense of it. We can extract and map data from any system, and from multiple sources.

2 Data analysis

We run hundreds of data queries to test and verify mapping, looking for problem areas or missing data. We also look at data reconciliation, validation and gaps. We usually add additional data analysis specific to each clients needs.

3 Data transformation

We transform your data, rationalising it so it makes more sense, cleansing and enriching. We prepare your data to be re-integrated.

4 Data Loading

Finally, we transfer your organised data into its new platform. We have a large range of reconciliation tools so you can have confidence no data will be left behind.

Migration: Methology

For the initial stages we use our unique technology, eDAaRT.

This sounds too simple, right? There’s a lot more to it, but we’re experts who specialise in data, and data migration projects. We’ve been working with data in the finance industry for years, perfecting our knowledge and technology to make data migration simple. Our technology allows us to maintain tight controls, and our reporting measures ensure complete reconciliation.

Our team of experts

Our team of experienced independent data consultants will work closely with you to define your objectives and develop a strategic plan to get you there. Our teams all have experience working within the finance industry, so can relate to your objectives first hand.

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