Our Story

Our Story

Where it all began.

Our founder and team have solved the data access and sharing problem that our CEO had encountered when working with grassroots organisations in South-Western Sydney.

Seer Data CEO, Kristi Mansfield talking at Data Access & Sharing For Community-Led Decisions event in Sydney.

Where it all began.

Our founder and team have solved the data access and sharing problem that our CEO had encountered when working with grassroots organisations in South-Western Sydney.

Seer Data CEO, Kristi Mansfield talking at Data Access & Sharing For Community-Led Decisions event in Sydney.

Founded in 2016

We began working with our first collective impact and place-based initiatives in 2016. With their help, we co-designed the Seer Data Platform to meet the needs of community backbones, local organisations, and local leaders.

Founded in 2016

We began working with our first collective impact and place-based initiatives in 2016. With their help, we co-designed the Seer Data Platform to meet the needs of community backbones, local organisations, and local leaders.

A shared vision by 2030: Democratising data for all Australians

Local communities, not for profits, the private sector and governments share a vision for a prosperous, fair Australia that is enabled by an accessible, robust and safe data infrastructure that lets all people participate in problem solving and democratic community-led decision making enabled by technology and innovation.

We’re working towards a future Australia where data is valued and respected as a public resource. It’s a society where government and business data is shared safely with local communities, service providers and not for profits when it is in the public interest to support better decisions and actions.

When this happens, we experience a multiplier effect. Grassroots leaders gain agency and power in decisions, data skills are developed across society, governments are transparent and work in partnership with communities, and most importantly community outcomes are achieved.

A shared vision by 2030: Democratising data for all Australians

Local communities, not for profits, the private sector and governments share a vision for a prosperous, fair Australia that is enabled by an accessible, robust and safe data infrastructure that lets all people participate in problem solving and democratic community-led decision making enabled by technology and innovation.

We’re working towards a future Australia where data is valued and respected as a public resource. It’s a society where government and business data is shared safely with local communities, service providers and not for profits when it is in the public interest to support better decisions and actions.

When this happens, we experience a multiplier effect. Grassroots leaders gain agency and power in decisions, data skills are developed across society, governments are transparent and work in partnership with communities, and most importantly community outcomes are achieved.

Guests Alister Ferguson and Ashlee Wone, at Seer Data event in Sydney.

Fostering a culture of trust, collaboration and innovation that strengthens our society

Technology can help enable a future where data is a force for good, bringing prosperity, fairness, and strength to Australia. Today, the Seer Data Platform enables community led and local decision making in over 50 communities across Australia.

Guests Alister Ferguson and Ashlee Wone, at Seer Data event in Sydney.

Fostering a culture of trust, collaboration and innovation that strengthens our society

Technology can help enable a future where data is a force for good, bringing prosperity, fairness, and strength to Australia. Today, the Seer Data Platform enables community led and local decision making in over 50 communities across Australia.

Seer Data Values

To be in Service

We love our customers and the work we do. We seek to solve our customers’ problems, listen and do our best to meet their needs.

Communicate Openly

Everyone in the team is safe to contribute their ideas and thoughts so that we can be the best team we can be for each other and our customers.

Solve Problems

We love to solve problems. We work in a complex space, and we work diligently and creatively to solve problems.

Understand Roles

We each have a unique and important role to play in achieving the vision. We respect the community leadership that enables our role in the data ecosystem.

Achieve Goals

We seek to achieve our vision, mission and purpose. We recognise learning and growing is part of the journey toward achieving this goal.

Seer Data Values

To be in Service

We love our customers; without them we don’t exist. We always seek to solve our customers’ problems, listen and do our best to meet their needs.

Communicate Openly

Everyone in the team is safe to contribute their ideas and thoughts so that we can be the best team we can be for each other and our customers.

Solve Problems

We love to solve problems. Some of problems are hard to solve, and we work diligently and creatively to solve them.

Understand Roles

We each have a unique and important role to play in our success and the success of our customers. We take responsibility for our role.

Achieve Goals

We want to achieve our goals. We recognise and appreciate experimentation is part of the journey toward doing great things in the world.

A few of our customers

Seer Data is the trusted data sharing intermediary for Stronger Places, Stronger People at Department of Social Services, Connected Beginnings at Department of Education, and the Department of Premier and Cabinet in Tasmania.

A few of our customers

Seer Data is the trusted data sharing intermediary for Stronger Places, Stronger People at Department of Social Services, Connected Beginnings at Department of Education, and the Department of Premier and Cabinet in Tasmania.

Seer Data & Analytics acknowledges all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Traditional Custodians of Country and recognises their continuing connection to land, sea culture and community. We pay our respects to Elders past and present.