KPMG’s Powered Data Separation service provides a streamlined and secure approach to moving application and business data.
A streamlined and secure approach to moving application and business data.
When divesting parts of your organisation, a streamlined and secure approach to moving application and business data to the buying entity is vital. Divesting parts of your business can present complex challenges when it comes to the safe and accurate transfer of application and business data to buyers.
Customer data, employee data, payroll data, financial data and procurement data are just a few examples of the vast information that could be involved. Data is often sensitive and beholden to strict regulatory requirements, meaning awareness of risk and security must be integral. Equally complex is extracting data from multiple legacy technologies and providing transparency to business owners at every step.
Before a divestment, it’s vital to think deeply about the data you have, and how that can be safely extracted and transitioned without putting your business or customers at risk.
KPMG is here to help guide organisations through a smooth data separation and migration strategy and process.
KPMG has a sound methodology to help you manage the safe, accurate and timely transfer of data from one entity to another. We:
"Organisations can have hundreds of legacy systems with data in various states, formats and quality. You need to think about unpicking various parts of your business on applications that are shared across the entire business. That gets very complex."
– Daniel Ferguson
With this holistic view, we focus on implementing strategy, technology, and a smooth transition.
1. A clear strategy
KPMG can set a pre-separation strategy, then assist with checking everything is running smoothly post-separation. This includes:
2. The right technology
With our deep understanding of technology and the implications of migration, KPMG can assist with:
3. A robust and transparent method
When it is time to enact the migration, we help to:
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