Data Packs

Our data packs service delivered the critical information needed by communities and partners, by providing  data, metadata and data visualisations to load directly into Local Information Systems.

Please note: The Data Packs service has been discontinued. But we haven’t stopped providing local level data in easy to use and accessible formats. Take a look at Local Insight or get in touch to talk to us about bespoke data downloads for your areas. 

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Powering your local information system

Data Packs sit alongside existing information to provide additional data and outputs for all users. All data, visualisations and report outputs can be customised and combined with local data, using the functionality of your system.

Cost-effective

Save money in managing your local information system by reducing the resources used to obtain, format, load, visualise and update data. Data Packs load straight into your system and save as much as 70% of the cost of doing this work in-house.

Better use of your time

Instead of doing the heavy lifting of managing, importing and reporting routine data content, focus your resources on how you use the information to improve service delivery and decision-making.

Use our experience to get up-to-speed fast

We have spent years finding, collecting, cleaning, aggregating, analysing and interpreting data for national, regional and local public sector agencies. Benefit from our experience and the Data Packs to make better use of your resources

Data Packs Users

You can see all of our subscribers over on the Who We Work With page.


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