Digitalisation Maturity Audit

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Company digitalisation level audit - all departments

– designed to provide a meticulous evaluation of the digital maturity levels across departments within your organization, offering insights to drive informed decision-making and strategic planning.

What it is for?

✔ Strategic Planning or Review Periods,

✔ After Major Technology Investments,

✔ Change in Leadership Roles,

✔ Shifts in Market Dynamics,

✔ Against Industry Peers, 

✔ Post-Crisis Evaluation.

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Audit of company digitalisation
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How to make company digitalisation audit?

By engaging in our Digitalization Maturity Audit, your company will be well-positioned to unlock new levels of efficiency, innovation, and competitiveness in an increasingly digital business environment. Transform challenges into opportunities and pave the way for a digitally mature and future-ready organization. 

Just click on the TAKE THE TEST button, then answer questions. Be fair to yourself. Answer as honestly as possible.

After submission of your answers to all questions, the platform generates a unique report and, based on the category results, suggests improvements to improve.

Digitalisation level of company departments

Responsible for managing personnel matters, recruitment, employee relations, benefits administration, and training.
Handles financial transactions, budgeting, financial reporting, payroll, and other accounting functions.
Focuses on promoting the company’s products or services, conducting market research, advertising, and managing public relations.
Engages in selling the company’s products or services to customers, managing client relationships, and meeting sales targets.
Oversees the day-to-day activities of the company, ensuring efficiency and effectiveness in processes and workflow.
Conducts research to develop new products, improve existing ones, or enhance business processes.
Manages the organization’s technology infrastructure, including hardware, software, networks, and cybersecurity.
Coordinates and oversees specific projects to ensure they are completed on time and within budget.
Manages the procurement, production, and distribution of goods and services, optimizing the supply chain.
Ensures the quality and reliability of products or services through testing and quality control processes.
Handles customer inquiries, complaints, and support, aiming to provide excellent customer service.
Deals with legal matters, compliance, contracts, and any legal issues that may arise.
Manages the company’s image and communication with the public, media, and stakeholders.
Develops long-term goals and plans for the company’s growth and success.
Handles administrative tasks, including office management, facilities, and support services.

When you need this test?

Strategic Planning or Review Periods
Annual Planning: Align the assessment with your annual strategic planning process. This ensures that digitalization goals and initiatives are integrated into the broader organizational strategy. Business Reviews: Conduct a digitalization level assessment during scheduled business reviews to ensure that your company’s digital efforts are on track and contributing to overall business objectives.
Technology Implementation or Upgrades
After Major Technology Investments: Assess the digital maturity level after implementing significant technological changes, such as new enterprise systems, software upgrades, or infrastructure improvements. This helps gauge the impact of these investments on overall digital readiness.
Change in Leadership
Change in Leadership Roles: When there is a change in top leadership, it is an opportune time to evaluate the digitalization level. New leaders may bring different perspectives and priorities, and assessing digital maturity helps align strategies with leadership vision.
Market or Industry Changes
Shifts in Market Dynamics: Evaluate digital maturity in response to changes in market trends, customer expectations, or industry regulations. Adapting to these changes may require adjustments in your digital strategy.
Employee Training and Development Programs
Before or After Training Initiatives: Assess the digital skills and readiness of your workforce before implementing training programs. After training, evaluate the impact on digital capabilities and identify areas for continuous improvement.
Post-Merger or Acquisition
Integration Processes: After a merger or acquisition, assess the digitalization level to ensure smooth integration of systems and processes. Identify synergies and opportunities for optimization in the newly formed organization.
Periodic Reviews
Regular Intervals: Incorporate digitalization level assessments into your company’s regular review cycles. This helps in tracking progress over time and making continuous improvements in response to evolving digital challenges and opportunities.
Crisis Response
Post-Crisis Evaluation: After facing a crisis or disruptive event, evaluate the digital resilience and adaptability of your company. Identify lessons learned and areas where digitalization could enhance resilience in the face of future challenges.

Long story short

Every organization, from time to time needs to review its business processes to ensure compliance with the owner’s needs, business efficiency, and risks that enable to identify and address issues in all areas of the company operations.

The scope is the same for all companies and includes processes of Human resources, Finance, Accounting, Marketing, Sales, Operations, Research, Development, Information technology, Project management, Logistics, Quality assurance, Customer service, Legal, Public relations, Strategic planning, and company Administration.