Digital maturity assessment

  • Target group: Veřejné organizace, Malé podniky, Střední podniky
    Type of service: Networking and Innovation
    Realization: Online
  • ​- find out the level of digitalization 
  • - DMA is a tool for assessing an organization's digital maturity
  • - based on the results, we will propose an optimal mix of services

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Digital Maturity Assessment (DMA) is a European Commission tool that records basic client data and also assesses the level of digitalization in a given organization. We will complete the DMA with you and subsequently discuss the results with you.

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What is the first step?
Use the form below to contact us. We will get back to you soon.

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How much time is required?
At least two hours.

DMA is a tool for assessing the digital maturity of organisations. It helps to track a client's digital journey and support them to increase their digital maturity. An offline questionnaire will be provided to the client. A physical or online meeting is then arranged during which the information is filled into the reporting interface.

Based on the results, an optimal mix of tailored services will be designed. Their use can help to increase the digital maturity of the client organisation. The initial DMA is conducted at the start of the collaboration, then repeated after a year.

Contact us if you are interested

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FAQ

I. What is EDIH?

• European Digital Innovation Hubs, or EDIHs, help organisations with their digital transformation.
• They are being established in all EU member states thanks to the Digital Europe programme.
• One of these hubs is CyberSecurityHubcz, which is the only hub in the Czech Republic that deals primarily with cybersecurity.

II. Who will we be working with?

• The CyberSecurityHubcz consortium consists of 9 organisations.
• While some members are engaged in expert services in cybersecurity, business development partners are dedicated to the economic development of clients and serve as intermediaries between the consortium and clients.
• The governing organization is CyberSecurityHubcz itself.

III. What services do you offer?

  • • The services fall into four categories: test before invest, education and digital skills, innovation ecosystem and networking, and support in finding investments.
    • Within these categories, there are dozens of services of various types - from consulting to penetration testing.
    • The purpose of all services is to strengthen security and resilience.

IV. How to become a client?

  • • Use the contact form, e-mail info@cshub.cz or get in touch with one of our representatives – we attend a wide range of events and conferences.
    • We will then meet in person or online for an initial meeting. After discussing your needs and other issues, we can move on to signing the contract.
    • Whichever service you choose, you'll always also receive a digital maturity assessment of your organisation from us and long-term assistance for the duration of our project – at least until the end of 2025.

V. Should we be afraid of the administrative burden?

• There are not many administrative requirements. SMEs must have a profile in the Central register of de minimis aid and have sufficient funds available in their small scale public aid account. These conditions do not apply to public organisations.
• A contract must then be signed. A new contract is then concluded whenever you request our services again in the future.
• A proactive approach is required in the planning and implementation of the agreed services.

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