Maturity Assessment

A maturity assessment measures the respondent’s maturity in one or more areas through a series of questions.
At the end of the assessment, the respondent gets a maturity score, along with a number of recommendations for improvement.

It also delivers valuable insights for the assessment distributor. The outcome of the assessment gives an indication of whether the respondent is ‘ready’ for the distributor’s product or service.

This way, a maturity assessment offers value to both the respondent and the assessment distributor.

Maturity Assessment

A maturity assessment measures the respondent’s maturity in one or more areas through a series of questions.
At the end of the assessment, the respondent gets a maturity score, along with a number of recommendations for improvement.

It also delivers valuable insights for the assessment distributor. The outcome of the assessment gives an indication of whether the respondent is ‘ready’ for the distributor’s product or service.

This way, a maturity assessment offers value to both the respondent and the assessment distributor.

Sign up today to build your own Maturity Assessment

Maturity Levels

A maturity level or maturity score indicates the degree of maturity of the respondent in a specific area. The number of levels is dependent on the assessment: typically, there are between 3 and 10 maturity levels that can be reached. Below is an example of the maturity levels in a 4-level business transformation maturity assessment:

  • Level 1: Incidental. You are executing a few activities but these activities happen often by accident, not from strategic intent.
  • Level 2: Intentional. Your business is carrying out activities that support transformation but your efforts are not yet automated. You identified the need to transform and the appropriate culture is usually present in small groups or departments but not yet in the entire company.
  • Level 3: Integrated. Your business has an advanced level of maturity, you carry out many transformative initiatives, which allows you to construct a mature culture and organization. The activities are executed with high strategic intent and are well- coordinated and automated.
  • Level 4: Optimized. Transformation has become an actual component of your company culture. All your activities are coordinated, automated and streamlined.

For the respondent, it is important to strive to reach the next level instead of wanting to reach perfection right away by trying to reach the highest level.

Why use Survey Anyplace as a Maturity Assessment Tool?

Survey progression
Personalized Outcomes
Send personalized content in the shape of a report to the respondent, based on the answers your respondents gave. The outcome of the assessment is specially created for each segment, making it highly relevant and personal.
learning style quiz personalized reporting
Real-Time Reporting
For the love of data! Take your reporting to the next level with all possible data filters you could ever need, Share reports publicly or privately, set up real-time presentations and effortlessly export to CSV, Excel or PDF.
email icon
Engaging Email Options
The assessment is only the start of the conversation, build multiple email autoresponders that automatically deliver messages tailored to each respondent’s maturity level.
Peer Assessment White Labelling
Whitel Label Option
No trace of Survey Anyplace anywhere! Custom URLs and custom branding options make the assessment look like an extension of your brand. All thanks to our white label option.

The Digital Maturity Assessment

Is your company prepared for the digital impact? The Digital Maturity Assessment answers this question. But what is the digital maturity assessment? A digital maturity assessment identifies your current digital maturity level. It analyzes your strengths and helps you to improve on your weaknesses.

The assessment offers value to the respondent AND the company assigning the assessment.
It helps the respondent by telling them which level they are at, what they should do next and how to manage their company’s digital transformation.

Simultaneously, it generates leads for the assessment’s host and it guides the respondent to the perfect product for their level. Whether it’s training or workshops on how to reach the next level or the product/service that meets their current maturity level and needs.

Digital Marketing Maturity Assessment Example

Different types of Maturity Assessments

Maturity measures the ability of an organization for continuous improvement in a particular discipline. The higher the maturity, the higher the chances that mistakes or errors will lead to improvements either in the quality or in the use of the resources of the discipline as implemented by the organization. The Maturity Assessment can be used for different purposes.
The most commonly used maturity assessments:

  • The Capability Maturity assessment is a model that indicates the level of software development of an organization. The capability model (CMM) has become the standard for measuring capabilities in the software development industry.
  • The Security Maturity Assessment gives you a first look at how mature your organization is concerning cybersecurity. By knowing your level of security, you can build an effective cyber protection strategy for the future.
  • Business Process Maturity Assessment. The Business Process Maturity Assessment will help you to build a framework for your business processes. So you can focus on improving the maturity level of your core processes. For example: sales processes,…

Sign up today to build your own Maturity Assessment