Mastodon C act as a catalyst for organisations to make sense of their data, to use it more effectively in solving critical problems in government services, healthcare, and large enterprises.
We work with our clients to implement and support our existing models using their own unique local data, or to develop new solutions where clients have more unusual challenges to meet.
Many clients start work with us through a brief strategy engagement, which helps them to explore and understand the latent opportunities in their data, and to scope what types of data science or data technology would be relevant to them.
Mastodon C have the excellent qualities of talking comprehensibly while absolutely knowing the deep technical detail; they are not too large and not too corporate, relaxed and friendly and we found that they suited our style very well .
Chief Data Officer of a FTSE 250 company
Once clients have a clear picture of their business need and the raw data which may be relevant to that need, we work collaboratively with them to implement an existing solution, or prototype a new one, which addresses that need, quickly delivering real insight and business benefits. We build on best of breed open source technology, meaning that our clients are always using the latest technology and are never locked in with us as a single vendor.
Once we’ve proven the impact of a solution, we’re able to move to a managed service, where we continue to run and improve a live solution which addresses our clients’ needs. This gives our clients a reliable and predictable service where data is ingested and analysed according to their needs, while still giving them the freedom to develop or alter their requirements over time.
Mastodon C’s deep technical expertise with data, and their collaborative approach, have been great for us at City Hall. Their technology powers our new approach to city data storage and analysis, and is a core part of our approach to projecting the future of London.
Andrew Collinge, Assistant Director of Intelligence and Analysis, Greater London Authority