The value of your business is not only its financial and market position, but how its operates and linked to its use of technology but is defined by it.
As a result, any assessment of your company must include a complete recognition of its digital maturity.
This must not be limited to a simple inventory of your assets such as a website or
applications. These are just the tip of a digital iceberg.
Because technology now underpins business-critical processes, any accurate financial assessment of a business MUST account for the technology at work throughout your entire organisation.
A comprehensive assessment of digital maturity must also consider the technology that underpins business-critical processes. Critically it must assess how stable those processes are. And how scalable they could be, with the right technology.
This is digital due diligence.
In the case of one BML client, a leading chain of building merchants, identifying and establishing the right level of digital maturity took them from a standing start to over £15m in orders, via both online and physical stores, and a drastically improved set of operations.
Check out our other case studies to see how we have helped major businesses in the UK recognise this value.