Solidatus for Government

Governments share the needs of many large corporate organisations; compliance to data regulations, ease of data sharing across different computer systems and different departments, bridging the barriers of different terminologies, transparency and accountability, transformation to remain modern and cost efficient.

To fulfil these requirements and provide the best service to the taxpayer, public bodies are rightly seeking to scale their ability to use data, analytics and machine learning.

Solidatus enables data sharing and data governance by resolving the problems of different systems and different nomenclature. It gives the ability to see the flow of data through the organisation, making it more efficient and effective. It allows for collaborative and empowered working, providing trust in the data and its security, whilst enabling modelling to show the effect of change.

Data Sharing in Public Bodies

Information that flows between or within departments with different computer systems can be imported into Solidatus in minutes, breaking down silos and enabling a coherent picture of the exchange of data whilst retaining privacy protocols. Additionally, Solidatus’ glossary removes the barrier of different nomenclature between departments.


Departments can enrich their data attributes with metadata and properties to increase data understanding and insight to help drive their management information.


By easily creating a new version of a Solidatus model without affecting the original, changes can be made that reveal the impact of planned change on data in other parts of the model, thereby exposing the full impact if that change is made.


Metadata is data about data – it gives the who, what, where, why, when and how of data. Modelling can expose potential gaps in a supply chain – be it people, equipment or process, allowing for forward planning to prevent or mitigate against a previously unrecognised shortfall.


Data lineage maps the flow of data within an organisation, allowing for full transparency on how it is used. Solidatus allows organisations to adhere to all seven GDPR principles with a GDPR modelling tool, mapping data requirements against data management capabilities and onto their people, processes and data to show compliance.


Correctly catalogued data can be enriched with assigned ownership and values to identify data quality issues. Resolving these issues makes the underlying data more accurate and reliable.

Devon County Council Maps Data Assets With Solidatus

“Mapping DCC’s data lineage will show the full context of our data including the source of the data, how data sets are built and aggregated, the quality of data sets, and any transformations along the data journey. This will help ensure that accurate, complete, and trustworthy data is being used to drive business decisions.”

Samantha Shaw, Programme Manager, Smarter Devon Project


Simple to use

The intuitive and simple web interface is easy to use and requires little or no training.

Easy access

Solidatus is a browser-based application and it can be up and running in the cloud in minutes.

Rapidly categorise

Import and export data between Solidatus and from other systems using the data connectors.


Immediately start modelling and easily identify where additional discovery is required.

Accelerate discovery

Accelerate discovery by sharing parts of the models to identified system experts to fill in the detail.

Create & share views

Easily share with management and colleagues for immediate feedback and approval.

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Best Data Governance Solution”, DMI Awards 2020
“Game changing”, Gartner Review

Award-winning Solidatus is empowering enterprises globally to accelerate their understanding and optimization of their data and organizational processes. The Solidatus methodology for digitally transforming organizations to be data-centric and lineage-enabled is changing how businesses discover, document, map and manage their data.

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