1. Digital Maturity Assessment

This assessment will help you begin on your digital transformation journey as well as to refine your already existing digital strategy.

We highly recommend taking this assessment before taking the other two.


Digital transformation is the first step towards a successful AI journey.
Assessing digital maturity helps an organisation understand where it stands in the digital landscape, figure out areas of improvement, make informed decisions about digital investments and initiatives, identify any skill gaps and build an organisation that has a digitally skilled workforce, advance the organisation’s digital maturity so that it can compete in the market and optimise return on investments by having a progress plan and acting on it.


This assessment covers the following three areas:


This section will assess the alignment of the leadership of the organisation to digital goals and initiatives by gauging the commitment towards becoming digitally mature through innovation and adaptability and provide further clarity on the digital strategy.


This section will assess the capacity of the organisation to embrace change through digital transformation and will evaluate collaboration, knowledge sharing and the presence of digital skills in the workforce.


The section will assess the adaptability of the organisation in terms of adoption of emerging technology and tools and also evaluate the digital infrastructure.

Results and Maturity Levels

Once you finish the assessment, the assessment results page will display a detailed analysis of your scores across the three assessed dimensions – Leadership, People/Culture and Technology.

The chart there shows how the overall score has been calculated from the weighted questions in the assessment. The ‘maturity level’ displayed will fall under the following categories.


  • Legacy systems and processes.
  • Use of digital technologies is limited and therefore driving changes across the business is limited.
  • Activities that support digital transformation are usually not a part of the strategic intent.


  • Digital technologies are slowly being embraced.
  • Some aspects of the business may have been digitally transformed.
  • Activities that support digital transformation are usually carried out on a need basis.


  • Importance of digital transformation is well understood and supported.
  • A digital transformation strategy is being developed and experimented with.
  • Innovative initiatives are in place but are limited and present in silos.


  • Digital roadmap and plan are in place to digitally transform the business.
  • The business has been transformed to the extent that it can effectively compete in the market.
  • A strategy for future growth is needed.


  • Well-established and evolving digital transformation roadmap in place.
  • The use of digital technologies to run the business helps to drive continuous change in the organisation.

Start the assessment

To get the best results, it is recommended that the questions in this assessment are discussed with people at different capacities - Leadership, Technical and Data roles across your organisation and unanimous answers are fed back to the assessment.

  • We collect your name, email address and company name when you complete this assessment on behalf of an organisation.
  • We may use the personal data we collect to contact you about the assessment you complete.
  • We share the personal data we collect with Pixeled Eggs Ltd, the third party which hosts and maintains this website.
  • We keep the personal data you submit with this assessment until no later than 31st August 2025.
  • For more details on how we handle your personal data, please view our Privacy Policy.