What we do

Longitude 174 provides advice on digital transformation, including the design, development and deployment of:

  • Bespoke organisational governance frameworks,
  • Policy relating to data and technology,
  • International, national and organisational standards for data sharing,
  • Management structures that meet governance requirements,
  • Data & technology enabled products and services, and
  • Requirements for organisational strategic change to enable deployment of the above.

And we can provide hands on services, in the form of:

  • Virtual CIO,
  • Workshop design and facilitation, and
  • White paper design and development.

Common requests result in us:

  • Creating frameworks to enable the sharing of data amongst organisations providing services,
  • Creating standards to enable data sharing, and
  • Providing a strategic planning/governance oversight role.

Our Business Model

We operate a consortium business model, connecting individuals and other businesses together to deliver programmes and projects, services and products. Our diverse range of qualifications and mindsets:

  • Design,
  • Engineering,
  • Curation,
  • Analysis,
  • Development,
  • Writing,
  • Policy Development,
  • and International Digital Trade Law,

enable us to deliver innovative solutions where other more traditional organisations might fail.

Our Performance

Over the years we have worked with the following organisations, providing expert advice covering the areas of governance, information management, digital deployment, data, standards, platform development & technology solutions:

  • PNG Judiciary
  • Wellcome Trust and the Open Data Institute
  • The New Zealand Data Futures Partnership and Statistics New Zealand
  • Victim Support New Zealand
  • The Institute of Directors, New Zealand
  • Mastercard

Longitude 174 Differentiators

What distinguishes us from other organisations providing digital transformation consultancy services? As a team, we bring:

  • Experience assessing governance and management issues emerging from the convergence of the privacy and security domains,
  • Experience working through the implications of big data practices on changing social norms and expectations,
  • Experience working in the boundary of the private and public sectors and reconciling their unique interests,
  • Strong networks across the ISO member countries, the Privacy Shield partners, open government communities and a wide range of professional data organizations, and,
  • Experience working vertically within organisations and horizontally within sectors to identify critical change opportunities.

Our Commitment to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals:

  • Longitude 174 is a member of the United Nations Global Compact, committed to embracing sustainable practices and involvement in projects and programmes that support the United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Interested in finding out more?

If you’re keen to hear more about what we do and how we can partner with you, please get in touch.