2023 Digital Maturity Report
This report explores the digital maturity of European organisations. It benchmarks attitudes and perceptions of 1,800 business decision makers in France, Germany, and the UK & Ireland looking at the challenges, attitudes and opportunities around evolving digital strategies when it comes to delivering the new future of work.
Here’s some of what was revealed
The report illustrates how it’s vital organisations place an emphasis on digital maturity and provide employees access to the right tools and the right training — in turn, driving retention of key talent.
Digital maturity is a conduit to a more engaged workforce
1-in-4 decision makers would consider moving roles due to frustration with systems, processes or ways of working.
Outdated manual processes and tools are restricting time to value
European business decision makers spend a disproportionate amount of time (12 hrs a week) undertaking non-value, repetitive tasks.
Organisations recognise the need for training and upskilling
65% already recognise they have a skills gap within their operations, and 45% are making reskilling, upskilling and training talent a top strategy.