How does your company manage its data?

November 9, 2023
2 mins.
Martin Kjeldsen

How does your company manage its data?

A data management maturity level is a good indicator of whether bad data practices are likely hindering business growth or at worse exposing your business to the risk of regulatory non-compliance.

At Unit of Measure we have developed a free self-assessment test to help you quickly get a sense of what your business is doing well and where there is room for improvement.

Use this test to take the temperature of your organisation's level of maturity.

It’s important to remember that business decisions based on data that is weak can directly impact profits and productivity. Not having a clear, data driven view of the business can obscure opportunities to drive revenue or slow the time it takes to shift direction and respond to changes in the market. 

How to get started

Select your industry

Many data challenges are common across all types of organisations, but we also know that each type of industry vertical has its own set of unique data challenges. 

So, we have tailored the data maturity tests to specifically cater for different industries to present the most relevant set of questions. Click on any of the industry verticals below and directly start your test:

Manufacturing

B2B Distribution

Retail

Automotive

Pharma and Healthcare

Travel and Hospitality

Finance

Other

What happens next?

When you have completed the questions, you’ll automatically receive a score, along with a description of your level of maturity and some clear recommendations on how to address potential weaknesses and how to improve your competency.

By providing your email address we can instantly send you a summary of your test score, along with the summary of your data maturity level and recommendations.

Self-Assessment Test “FAQ”

  • You will be guided through a series of questions designed to assess how your organisation manages data.
  • When taking the test being honest with your answers is essential. The more accurate your answers are, the more reliable the results will be.
  • There are no right or wrong answers, each question offers multiple choice questions representing varying levels of data maturity in data management.
  • It will take 5 - 10 minutes to complete the self-assessment questions.
  • You can re-take the test multiple times, there is no limit.

<GET STARTED>

If you are interested to learn more about how you can leverage your master data in STEP, reach out to us today for a consultation and assessment of your needs.

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