UK infrastructure industry digital benchmarking results:
The graphic shows a snapshot of the industry’s current maturity, with scores increasing
from the centre outwards, and darker shading indicating a higher percentage of owners at
that level of maturity.
The infrastructure industry is ripe for digital
transformation, but are the key players ready for change?
Digital transformation offers vast opportunities
to improve infrastructure performance, not just
in the delivery of new assets, but also in their
operation and integration with existing infrastructure.
The benefits could be worth £22 billion per year by 2030.
This report provides a snapshot of the UK infrastructure
industry's digital maturity - it's readiness for digital
transformation. Despite the wide differences between owner
organisations, a series of common challenges emerged:
Understand who your customers are - and what they want:
a line of sight between the enterprise and citizens as the ultimate
customers, to understand how they value infrastructure and what outcomes
Embrace digital transformation as key to business success:
leadership from executive level, implement a coherent digital
transformation strategy that underpins the overall corporate strategy.
Break down data silos and better understand whole-life performance:
Start treating information as an asset; focus on making better use
of information, creating the platform to unlock more whole-life
value from existing assets.
Keep aspirations high - but get the basics right first:
embedding basic good practice as business-as-usual across the
whole enterprise. Get data quality right as a key foundation.
Make information security everyone's responsibility, not just those
in corporate IT:
Develop a culture of personal responsibility for
information security similar to that for health and safety – both
internally and for partners.
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