Data Architecture

Ventera helps organizations define and develop data architecture that is composed of models, policies, rules, and standards that govern what data is collected and how it is stored, arranged, integrated, and put to use in data systems. During the planning phase of a new system design, we help our customers  identify the major types and sources of data that are necessary to support the enterprise or the business function.

News & Insights

  • News

    Ventera was awarded The National Institutes of Health Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center (NITAAC) Chief Information Officer-Solutions and Partners 3 (CIO-SP3) contract as the result of solicitation NIHJT2016015, CIO-SP3 Small Business Ramp On.

  • Insight

    by Rich Aurora, Julie Balutis, and Tim Snyder

    Many enterprises have caches of valuable information locked inside individual systems that they need to share with other applications to meet a business mandate or provide value to their user base.  How can information be made available to disparate user interface channels and external applications in a reliable, performant, and repeatable manner, insuring data currency and integrity?  How too can an organization unlock information from legacy applications in a cost effective manner so their investment can be leveraged over time?


Case Studies

  • Ventera created comprehensive predictive models, which became the basis of reports used by leadership teams to look at future capital network projects and make decisions related to the company’s strategic direction to maintain a competitive advantage. 

  • Black and Veatch (B&V) is a major construction vendor for AT&T, providing construction services and oversight to over 45,000 annual projects.  These projects build out AT&T’s mobile coverage across the country via activities such as new site construction and technology upgrades to exi