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In today’s fast-paced, technology-centric landscape, digital transformation has become essential for businesses that aim to stay relevant and competitive. The European Digital Innovation Hubs (EDIH) Network, the leading community of tech experts dedicated to guiding Europe’s businesses toward digitalisation, has introduced the Digital Speed Test

Get ready to discover whether you are digitalising your company at the pace of a runner, a bicycle rider, or a sports car racer!

What is the Digital Speed Test?

The Digital Speed Test is an assessment of your digital readiness in five quick and simple steps. It evaluates a company’s progress across various domains, from basic foundational capabilities to advanced digital skills. By translating intricate digital concepts into familiar vehicle-related metaphors, the test offers accessible insights and puts you in the driver’s seat of your company’s digital future.

Why should you take the Digital Speed Test?

This test will provide you with a clear understanding of where your company stands along the digital transformation path, highlighting the areas where it excels and those that require further development.

It will identify areas where your organisation can enhance its digital capabilities by assessing  your answers to key questions such as:

  • Why do you want to digitalise your business?
  • Which measures do you have in place to protect your data?
  • How do you use digital technologies in your organisation?
  • How do you support your staff in learning how to use digital technologies? 
  • How is your organisation ensuring a sustainable digital journey?

What’s next?

Upon completing the test, you will be equipped to identify and connect with the most suitable European Digital Innovation Hub for your needs. These hubs stand ready to offer you tailored support and expert guidance, accelerating your digital transformation and helping your integration of new technologies and strategies for a more efficient and competitive business model.

Details

Publication date
18 January 2024
Department
Directorate-General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology