Incorvus Ltd

Moving data to Cloud: data & metadata discovery, preparation, migration and curation services.

Moving data to Cloud? Incorvus provides data & metadata discovery, preparation, migration and curation services within a data-centric strategy.

We'll identify duplicate, incomplete and redundant data ensuring that only unique, timely, accurate and relevant records are migrated; saving time, upload issues and Cloud storage costs.

Quality Cloud needs quality data!


  • Analysis of current data and metadata quality.
  • Data quality report on gaps, discrepancies & metadata issues.
  • Discover and understand data in packaged systems.
  • Reporting and advisory on legacy and consolidation issues
  • Assistance with metadata taxonomies aligned to Cloud processes.
  • Assistance with new data models for Cloud-based processes.
  • Preparation of metadata taxonomies and new data models.
  • Producing clean trial data for upload testing.
  • Cloud configuration advisory (Oracle, Azure, Google).
  • Information governance advisory.


  • Reduce risk & storage costs, port quality data to Cloud.
  • Reduce wasted effort, check metadata is Cloud-ready.
  • Reduce delay from poor quality packaged data extracts.
  • Reduce risk and costs - identify issues before migration.
  • Reduce risk and costs from legacy or consolidation issues.
  • Improve usability and insight by instilling metadata disciplines.
  • Reduce wasted effort by aligning data models to Cloud.
  • Maximise value from Cloud investment and information assets.
  • Reduce development time by working with clean data.
  • Build for 'privacy by design' and other governance requirements.


£245 to £1950 per unit per day

  • Education pricing available

Service documents


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Incorvus Ltd

Suzanne Jozefowicz

020 8538 9898


Planning service
How the planning service works
Incorvus conducts in-depth analysis of the data intended for the Cloud or new systems. Reporting identifies errors, gaps, and quality issues such as duplicates, poor parsing, missing or poor quality metadata. We can also help you understand what data (or gaps) exist in packaged applications.

Incorvus will identify and advise on issues arising from legacy data or data consolidations, such as poor metadata or data redundancy (where the data is too 'stale', 'ancient' or so poorly described or referenced that it has insufficient value to be worth migrating to Cloud. Incorvus will also help to identify data files (e.g. unstructured) which should not be ported to Cloud, but which may nonetheless be relevant to business processes.
Incorvus will work with the client to establish a vision of what the client seeks to achieve with the new Cloud system(s), and whether a fresh look at existing processes may yield further benefits. These stories will inform new data models, and metadata taxonomies, essential for controlling data quality input and delivering integrated processes into the new Cloud systems down the line.

Incorvus will also provide advisory on information governance if this is required. Our approach is relentlessly pragmatic and focused on implementation.
Planning service works with specific services


Training service provided
How the training service works
Incorvus provides training which is contextual, either tailored to personal requirements or generalizable for small teams according to client needs. The training can be onsite, and can be particular to the work being delivered or the technology environment.
Our courses might therefore include for example: data preparation, quality and curation; metadata discovery, preparation and management; how to operate the new or target Cloud effectively; end-user operational and administrative capability; end-user security and governance awareness and best practice to underpin risk management and acceptable use policies.
Training is tied to specific services

Setup and migration

Setup or migration service available
How the setup or migration service works
Each Cloud has its own constraints. Incorvus helps clients to work within those and to extract or prepare data uploads suited to the target environment. Alignment to business processes informs configuration of the target environment and helps to maintain referential integrity as far as possible.
Incorvus will assess the client’s intended path and advise any early difficulties, e.g. between legacy and Cloud. We offer post go-live issue resolution, training and wider information architecture or governance advisory.
Using Agile, Incorvus' programme includes preparation, set up, upload, integration and reporting (or exit). The programme will flex as stories adjust and the clients' needs achieve greater definition.
Clients maximise benefits from new systems by not recreating the past, but by aligning their intent to the new environment before committal. After preparation, only relevant, clean data correctly migrated, should populate new systems.
Incorvus' focus is on the data, metadata and its preparation. From use cases we derive business process mapping, data flows and data models (AS IS and TO BE). Putting the data first retains focus on what is critical and feasible so that clients don't plan really well for something that can't be delivered or won't be performant upon delivery.
Setup or migration service is for specific cloud services

Quality assurance and performance testing

Quality assurance and performance testing service

Security testing

Security services

Ongoing support

Ongoing support service
Types of service supported
  • Buyer hosting or software
  • Hosting or software provided by a third-party organisation
How the support service works
Incorvus can provide a variety of support mechanisms within our business depending on client requirements and hosted environments. Specific support levels would be defined and agreed at the planning stage of an engagement to reflect client needs.

Service scope

Service constraints
Other than constraints that arise from the Cloud environment itself, (specific to the host or host technology such as Oracle, Azure or Google) Incorvus does not apply any specific constraints to its services. We will endeavour to meet all reasonable requirements although there may be additional charges in order to meet all of these.

User support

Email or online ticketing support
Email or online ticketing
Support response times
Support is available Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm (normal working hours), with 24/7 availability to log incidents. During normal working hours, responses will be within 1 hour.
User can manage status and priority of support tickets
Online ticketing support accessibility
None or don’t know
Phone support
Phone support availability
9 to 5 (UK time), Monday to Friday
Web chat support
Yes, at an extra cost
Web chat support availability
9 to 5 (UK time), Monday to Friday
Web chat support accessibility standard
None or don’t know
How the web chat support is accessible
Via the browser.
Web chat accessibility testing
We use standard technologies in common usage.
Support levels
Support levels during normal working hours are: Level 1 (Critical Service Incident), response typically within 1 hour; Level 2 (Non-Critical Service Incident) - response typically within 4 hours; Level 3 (Minor Support Request) - response typically within 8 hours.
Basic service support includes access to an account manager and access to technical support. Support requests and escalation (if required) will be managed by the Incorvus Account Manager, acting as a single point of contact.
Individually-customised Support Contracts to meet the specific requirements and policies of the customer are available by negotiation.


Supplier type
Not a reseller

Staff security

Staff security clearance
Conforms to BS7858:2012
Government security clearance
Up to Security Clearance (SC)


£245 to £1950 per unit per day
Discount for educational organisations

Service documents

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