Make your data count
Data is only valuable when it’s managed and used consistently and compliantly. Get that right, and you’ll lower regulatory risk, boost data literacy and enhance data quality and accountability too.
The Lighthouse Method
By using a series of smaller projects that get those quick wins in the bag, we’ll help you implement data governance in stealth mode – perfect for getting leadership buy-in and returns with maximum speed and minimum hassle.
Data Governance with Oakland will help you.
Control your data generation to get quality and outcomes you can count on
Back your most valuable decisions and make meaningful improvements
Assign clear data ownership to spread workload and boost quality
Set the right standards for trustworthy measurement
Keep internal and external risk levels at an all-time low
From completeness to consistency
First, our Data Quality Assessment evaluates your data based on the essential quality benchmarks:
Then, we’ll walk you through the results and give you expert recommendations, business rules and threshold suggestions to help you fix any issues and keep quality sky-high.
Refine your investment. Hit your targets.
The way you govern your data is super important in managing your portfolio, creating a culture of ownership and getting everyone on board with working towards better quality data with fewer risks.
Stay accountable with Data Ownership
Great data ownership right means having people who are accountable and responsible for defining, maintaining and using data in the right ways. It means giving your employees the freedom to do their jobs better, every day.
Right people, right time
With a powerful, Oakland-designed Data Ownership model in place, everyone will know exactly where to go with questions or proposed changes to data.
Mapping out the Data Strategy Oakland started by helping Yorkshire Water with an early series of data strategy workshops. The goal of these workshops was to review the current business and operational objectives that Yorkshire Water was keen to address, then map these aspirations against possible directions for exploiting their data in the future. Working…
UK Power Networks
UK Power Networks (UKPN) had the ambition to become a truly data-centric utility where data was treated as an essential business asset. While many in the business acknowledged the importance of data, there was no consistent view of how to create a true data culture.