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Microsoft Purview

Planning and deploying Purview. This includes designing the collection hierarchies, implementing standard and custom classifications, designing and implementing the Business Glossary, and connecting to Cloud and on-premise data sources. This is available as a proof of concept (POC) or full design and implementation.


  • Robustly designed Purview architecture
  • Identification of data sources to include in the data catalogue
  • Structuring of the Business Glossary
  • Seeding of the Business Glossary
  • Configuration of data connections
  • Configuration of data categorization rules
  • Configuration of data sensitivity labels
  • Customization for data lineage outside of Azure Data Factory


  • Improved control and risk management
  • Increased trust in information and data
  • Increased understanding of your information and data
  • Improved information management planning
  • Better data quality management
  • Better compliance to data regulations like GDPR and DPA 2018
  • Improved efficiency in information delivery
  • Improved speed of access to information


£495 to £1,595 a unit a day

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Adatis Chris Uren
Telephone: 1252267777


Planning service
How the planning service works
It is important to plan your Purview implementation, especially how you will manage your collection hierarchies and how you will customise your metadata, e.g. customising the structure of the Business Glossary. Mistakes can mean a lot of rework.

In addition, we will help plan the prioritisation of data sources to be catalogued, how these will be catalogued.

Finally, the planning will involve any customisation required, e.g. how to build data lineage from Databricks or legacy applications like SSIS.

Where customers are unsure of certain aspects or use cases for Microsoft Purview, a proof of concept (POC) can be performed and reviewed.
Planning service works with specific services
Hosting or software services the planning service works with
Microsoft Purview


Training service provided
How the training service works
We can provide training and knowledge transfer on the following:
- Designing a Microsoft Purview implementation
- Deploying the necessary Microsoft Azure resources to support Microsoft Purview
- Deploying Microsoft Purview
- Configuring Microsoft Purview
- Running and managing Microsoft Purview
Training is tied to specific services
Services the training service works with
Microsoft Purview

Setup and migration

Setup or migration service available

Quality assurance and performance testing

Quality assurance and performance testing service

Security testing

Security services

Ongoing support

Ongoing support service
Types of service supported
  • Buyer hosting or software
  • Hosting or software provided by your organisation
  • Hosting or software provided by a third-party organisation
How the support service works
Adatis provides a specialist and modern managed service built on DevOps practices and Microsoft Azure Data Platform, Power BI and SQL Server BI capabilities. This is tailored for the efficient operation and effective evolution of your cloud, data & analytics platform.
Adatis can provide a Managed Service for solutions delivered by the buyer, a 3rd party or Adatis.
Adatis is a Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider and able to provision Microsoft Azure, Power BI & Office 365 Services & Licenses.

Service scope

Service constraints

User support

Email or online ticketing support
Email or online ticketing
Support response times
Response Times can be up to 15 Minutes. Typically the level of service offered at the Weekend is reduced, but Response Times can be retained up to 15 minutes, at extra cost
User can manage status and priority of support tickets
Online ticketing support accessibility
None or don’t know
Phone support
Phone support availability
9 to 5 (UK time), Monday to Friday
Web chat support
Support levels
Adatis has three Service Plans which provide guidance on our comprehensive catalogue of services. We tailor the service we design and deliver serving customers with a wide range of levels of technical competencies.
Based around an Essential, Established and Enterprise model these ensure the service we provide also evolves with your business and platform:
1. Essential Plan – The assurance of a Managed Service that will respond on demand. (From £1,750 per month)
2. Established Plan – A proactive Managed Service with monitoring to respond first. (From £3,250 per month)
3. Enterprise Plan - A Managed Service for critical platforms with the option to scale to 24|7. (From £8,250 per month)
All Service Plans include an assigned Service Delivery Manager and a SME Support Engineer.
All our Service Plans are underpinned with a commitment to Continual Improvement to the service Adatis operates and ultimately the data analytics service that is delivered to your business.
Each plan can be customised with several add-on services based on a flexible Call-Off Unit approach.
A Call-Off Unit is equivalent to an 8-hour day. A Bundle of 6 Call-Off Units costs £4,500.


Supplier type
Reseller providing extra features and support
Organisation whose services are being resold
Microsoft Azure, Power BI, SQL Server & Office 365

Staff security

Staff security clearance
Other security clearance
Government security clearance
Up to Security Clearance (SC)

Standards and certifications

ISO/IEC 27001 certification
ISO 28000:2007 certification
CSA STAR certification
PCI certification
Cyber essentials
Cyber essentials plus
Other security certifications

Social Value

Fighting climate change

Fighting climate change

Adatis have commitment to be carbon neutral by 2050. However, we actively seek to reduce the carbon emissions of Adatis already by utilising the follow key policies:
• Encouragement of hybrid/remote working and remote meetings
Adatis is a pure IT consultancy and as such encourage remote working as much as possible. Whilst the impact of Covid-19 has seen many organisations change their policies this has been a stablemate of Adatis.
We have always encouraged remote working to reduce the need to travel, and when teams are required to meet face-face we try to schedule so all team members are available on a single day, as opposed to multiple trips to the office.
• Environmentally conscious travel
Travel, where required, is designed to be as environmentally friendly as possible. Public transport is the preferred method of transport but where usage of vehicles cannot be avoided car sharing is the norm. Adatis do not offer company cars to consultants to encourage the use of public transport with only the 4 Directors being eligible. All 4 Directors have fully electric vehicles, and we provide charging at our offices which are available to all staff to encourage the uptake of EV’s.
• Recycling
Adatis also provide recycling facilities and do not use single use cups in any of our offices and purchase some items in bulk (snacks etc.) to reduce the amount of packaging. By providing excellent employee facilities we also reduce the number of “take-away” plastic cups brought into the offices.
Tackling economic inequality

Tackling economic inequality

Adatis commit to having active policies to ensure we are a diverse organisation internally and we meet the Model Award Criteria. Currently we operate:
1) Apprenticeship scheme
2) Flexible working is offered to our staff, including the ability to work part-time, to encourage more people into employment without discriminating against those unable to work full-time
3) Training – all staff are offered and undergo training, often outside of their core role, to encourage the creation of additional skills and our staff are offered the chance to utilise those skills in moving into different internal roles
4) Mentoring and coaching – all staff are assigned a mentor, (but not management) to assist them with career growth. We publish defined objectives each member of staff have yearly appraisals. We utilise a system that allows all staff to request feedback from any other member of staff at any point during the year to help achieve those objectives.
5) We adhere to all Government policies including Minimum Wage and the Modern Slavery Act.
We have also undertaken a number of specific actions to encourage Women in Technology. This includes our member of the “Women In Tech” organisation and we participated on the panel during the recent Microsoft Inspire conference.
We also run a number of days in local schools, where we talk about technology, the opportunities with a particular view of encouraging young females to follow a career in technology.
As a specialist organisation Adatis appreciate that there is a shortage of Big Data & Analytics skills in the public sector - all of our projects include the objective to transfer knowledge to close this gap.
Equal opportunity

Equal opportunity

Adatis are an equal opportunity employer. To assist with this we offer an inclusive working environment where participation is encouraged with many non-work activities sponsored and organised by Adatis.
Our recruitment process is well defined to ensure it is open to all with defined skill-based assessments being used in technical interviews. We actively encourage promotion in our employees with fair and transparent criteria and invest in training, alongside providing consultants with space-days. We have appointed STEM ambassadors to help the wider community with a career.
To ensure we do not discriminate during the recruitment and selection of new staff we focus on:
• Role Profiles – Each role within Adatis has a clearly defined mission, associated set of skills and responsibilities associated with it. The existence of these role profiles ensure that we are able to objectively measure a candidates suitability for the role;
• Job Adverts – We strive to ensure that our job adverts are carefully worded to ensure we do not unconscious discourage candidates from applying. We also clearly state that we are looking for people from groups that typically experience discrimination.
• Candidate Interview – During the candidate interview process we do not ask questions based on any of the protected criteria outlined in the act. We set a standard set of questions for each interview to ensure that regardless of the interviewer or candidate we are able to fairly assess any candidate
• Objective Scoring – Fair assessment requires objective score. Each interview is scored against a set of criteria derived specifically for the role.
• Record Keeping – We keep formal records of all our interviews and the objective scoring that results.
• Data Analysis – We constantly review our performance in terms of recruitment and selection to assess how well we are performing.


Our vision “To be the data analytics company most admired for its people, culture, and innovation
Adatis core ideology is People First where the priority is wellbeing, connection, and fulfilment. Therefore, our values underlying construct is centred around employee’s wellbeing but specifically called out in one half of our value “build with heart and balance” where the habits we promote are to maintain a good work life balance. Time off projects is monitored to ensure that people are taking time to not only develop and grow but to reset and refresh. This is also why we monitor holidays quarterly, those who have not taken breaks are encouraged to book leave.

We have a Workplace Wellbeing team whose members are from across all business areas and who are responsible for initiatives and building awareness. They organise guest speakers on wellbeing topics as well as promote and celebrate wellbeing days. This group is also an alternate contact to the People Team where individuals can raise concerns for themselves or other team members and signpost to our Mental health first aider. We are currently looking to offer Mental Health training across the group of companies.
We conduct monthly pulse checks via our Employee Net Promoter Scores survey as well as an annual global engagement survey with one of the topics discussed being wellbeing and how we can improve. We have extremely low attrition rates for our industry sector and low levels of sickness absence.
Through our integrated approach to wellbeing, embedded in our culture and supported by our leadership, we are proud of our track record regarding employee wellbeing. By creating a positive and engaging environment, we aim to be a great place to work.


£495 to £1,595 a unit a day
Discount for educational organisations

Service documents

Request an accessible format
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