Incorvus on G-Cloud 11

Transform data for digital: from legacy to cloud

Incorvus has been named as a supplier on the Crown Commercial Service’s G-Cloud 11 framework for the supply of Lot 1 Cloud Hosting (platform or infrastructure services for running software, networking, or processing and storing data) and Lot 3 Cloud Support (to help set up and maintain cloud software or hosting) e.g. migration services or ongoing support services.

  • Lot 1: The Containerised Portability Platform (Droplet Computing) Hosting service transforms application delivery: removing the dependency between the application, the platform and the device. Application containers can be deployed via Cloud or installed locally.
  • Lot 3: The Containerised Portability Platform (Droplet Computing) Support service complements the Hosted service to assist with initial requirements, decisions regarding legacy data or applications, supporting Droplet deployments and providing aftercare.
  • Lot 3: Moving data to Cloud: data & metadata discovery, preparation, migration and curation services. This service provides organisations with a starting point for their digital transformation. Poor, patchy or poorly-curated data adversely impacts cloud migration and strategies, as well as digital transformation.

Steeped in Business Intelligence disciplines and with many years of data expertise – troubleshooting, engineering, aggregating, validating, and wrangling – makes Incorvus your go-to partner for resolving data issues to smooth your path to the cloud and digital transformation.

Data (and metadata) are so often at the heart of bigger IT and business problems. Incorvus takes a data-centric approach based on the need to provide the right data, to the right person, at the right time and in the right place.

Incorvus is active in the public sector (G Cloud 11, DOS 3), financial services and other highly regulated environments.


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