Digital maturity - this you need to know.

Digital Maturity, Digitalization

Digital maturity is an essential component to success in today's digital economy. Digitally mature companies have a clear understanding of how technology can help achieve their goals, and have invested in technology and infrastructure to be able to handle large amounts of data and automate processes.

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Digital maturity is more than just technology. There is also an established culture of trying out new methods, and a willingness to take risks. Companies that are digitally mature have a wide range of digital skills and competencies in their organization, and they have established a structure to develop and sustain these skills.

Characteristics
An open communication structure and good cooperation between different departments and units of the company are also important in order to be able to adopt new technologies in an effective way. A good customer-focused approach and a good understanding of customers and their needs are also important in order to provide relevant digital services and products. To be characterized as digitally mature, it is important to have a good security culture and good practices to protect customer data. Establishing a data-driven approach and establishing routines to collect, analyze and use data to make better decisions and improve business processes is also essential.

A culture of innovation and continuous improvement, as well as having established a good relationship with external partners and suppliers, also provide better opportunities for adopting new technologies and accessing new competencies. Finally, being digitally mature requires continuous work and investment. Companies must be willing to change and adapt in order to remain competitive in the digital economy.

Companies that are digitally mature often have the following characteristics:

1. They have a digital strategy, and a clear understanding of how technology can help achieve their goals.

2. They have invested in technology and infrastructure to be able to handle large amounts of data and automate processes.

3. They have a culture of trying out new technologies and methods, and they are willing to take calculated risks.

4th. They have a wide range of digital skills and competencies in their organisation and they have established a structure to develop and sustain these skills.

5. They have an open communication structure and a good cooperation between different departments and units of the enterprise, which gives better opportunities to adopt new technologies in an efficient way.

6. They have established a good customer-focused approach and a good understanding of their customers and their needs.

7. They have established a good security culture and have good practices in place to protect their data and customers' data.

8. They have established a sound data-driven approach and have established routines to collect, analyze and use data to make better decisions and improve business processes.

9. They have established a good culture of innovation and continuous improvement, and they are always looking for new ways to improve business processes and increase customer satisfaction.

10. They have established a good relationship with external partners and suppliers, which provides better opportunities for adopting new technologies and gaining access to new expertise.

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