Quickscan & assessment

Did you know that:

  • the total cost of bad data is $ 3,100 billion a year in the US (Harvard survey);
  • 30% of the total costs of organizations consists of requesting data from other companies (Accenture survey);
  • information workers spend 30% of their time on repetitive administrative tasks in which they trust the technology that can also do this (Unit4 survey);
  • managers spend 40% of the time getting or delivering internal information (ServiceNow survey);
  • 45% of the activities for which people get paid can be automated (McKinsey study).

Weconomics helps you to understand and be aware of your digital waste and current situation in relation to digital transformation. Most office organizations are not aware that more than one-third of their total cost is digital waste. To assess your situation and  strategy, various questionnaires are available for customers and Weconomics members. An assessment can be qualitative or quantitative, can be rough or detailed. Example of Weconomics assessment instruments are:

  1. Quickscan
  2. Digital Ecosystem Assessment (DEA)
  3. Digital Waste Assessment (DWA)
  4. Digital Impact Analyses (DIA)
  5. Privacy Impact Analyses (PIA)

Digital Ecosystem Assessment questions (examples):

  1. What is your digital ecosystem and what are the boundaries?
  2. Which instruments are used  (training, vacancies, coaching, assessments, etc.)?
  3. Who plays which role: provider, buyer, intermediary, domain leader, network supplier, administrator?
  4. What are the most important developments and main problems?
  5. What are the main reasons for working together in a digital ecosystem?
  6. How many providers, buyers and intermediaries are there?
  7. How many different instruments, labels and products?
  8. How many transactions are expected to be made per year?
  9. Who are the ambassadors and resistors of change?
  10. Which processes remain in old organization, which are transferred to the digital ecosystem?

Digital Waste Assessment questions (examples)

  1. Which entities (login, label, channel, contact, product, booking, event, case, project, order, invoice, etc.) are defined in your database model?
  2. What percentage of the time do people sit on average behind a screen, in a meeting or on the phone?
  3. How much work consists of communication and control?