Digital Maturity Level Assessment As An Element Of Digitalization Of Russian Economy

Abstract

Coronavirus pandemic greatly affected the whole world. Global digitalization was also influenced by it. Safe and fast data interchange, Internet services, and distant work and education have become the most important issues. Irreversible and comprehensive digitalization should be controlled and managed. The leading role pertains to the government as the legislative and regulatory force that forms national policy and redistributes financial resources. Russia has digitalization strategy where so-called digital maturity has been described. This term concerns countries, economic spheres and even single organizations. Digital maturity needs certain indicators to be formulated. As for Russia, the indicators must be different for different industries and regions. The government has already given orders and made recommendations. The authors of the article propose a new model for digital maturity level assessment that includes key aspects of all subjects. All future models and conceptions should be based on a system approach as a condition of efficient digitalization.

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Publisher

European Publisher

First Online

25.09.2021

Doi

10.15405/epsbs.2021.09.02.269

Online ISSN

2357-1330