Velocity Drives Value

Take things to the next level with best-in-class strategy paired with hands-on help to engineer your team's forward momentum.

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Leverage IntrospectData's years of automation experience to build a faster and more reliable process from end to end.

Innovate Further

Shift your time from incident management to a focus on the future - IntrospectData can help you get there and help build long-term vision and strategy for your tech organization.

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We can connect the dots and help you be more secure from app to deployment - always ready for the next threat over the horizon.

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Accelerate Offerings

Cloud Accelerator

Starts @ $5,000/mo

  • All of the strategic, planning and architecture-level advice in our Cloud Architect offering
  • Engineering-level coaching by certified developers
  • Hands-on assistance as needed and agreed upon

Data Accelerator

Starts @ $6,000/mo

  • Includes all of the strategic guidance we provide our clients under our Data Architect offering
  • Engineering-level guidance and coaching
  • Limited hands-on assistance with your hardest problems
  • Starting at 25 hours per month, split between architecture and engineering effort

Custom Engagement

Starts @ $10,000

  • Custom tailored to your needs
  • Strategic planning and focus on Cloud and Data practices
  • Deeply integrated hands-on assistance from cloud to data and beyond
  • Proactive planning and training to ensure your long-term success

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