Defining the organization's position in the DMI quadrant.
To obtain the Digital Maturity Indicator (DMI) you need to measure an organization’s capabilities and performance in the face of the challenge of digital transformation.
Arguably, DMI is linked to two factors: the ability to lead digital initiatives, an aspect that is aligned to the company’s strategy and culture; and the ability to execute digital transformation, a factor related to the organization’s readiness and technological maturity. Therefore, digital maturity is not only tied to technology, but also to people and culture. To take action in this regard, we in Gati take you to identify the digital maturity indicator and take action from the strategy. From this overview we move on to identify the Drivers of digital transformation: Transformation, Optimization and Empowerment.
As experts in End-to-End transformation of data into information, and information into knowledge; our approach from the strategy offers to define the DMI, with the purpose of supporting the organization in staying smart, agile and competitive.