Ordnance Survey International
Geospatial Maturity Assessment
Geospatial data infrastructure is the building block for sustainable development. Location and place information connects governments, businesses, and individuals to their physical environment. Ordnance Survey International helps its customers develop 21st Century geospatial capability.
The Geospatial Maturity Assessment will:
- Explore how your organisation is collecting, managing and using geospatial information.
- Review data management, technology requirements, operational processes, and people.
- Help you understand how mature your organisation is and how mature you need to be.
Try our free online assessment, for an instant snapshot of your geospatial maturity. Take ten minutes to fill in the questionnaire and we’ll send you a report with a read out of your operational and geospatial capabilities.
Speak to us about your results and how we can help you unlock your geospatial potential.
Choose our Review service and we’ll spend a day within your organisation reviewing operational and geospatial capabilities, with structured interviews with key personnel.
We’ll report on your geospatial maturity, plot how you’re doing against all maturity level criteria, and set the benchmark for future advancements in your geospatial capabilities.
Choose our Roadmap service and we’ll do all this, plus undertake in-depth stakeholder analysis, environmental and customer research to see how mature you are against where your markets need you to be.
We’ll use this to set out a detailed investment roadmap, highlighting the priority areas for where resources should be directed. We’ll give you a business case for this investment, setting out costs and ROI.
|Snapshot of geospatial and operational capabilities||—||—|
|Review geospatial and operational capabilities||—|
|Radar plot of maturity levels||—|
|Full report of findings||—|
|Review of stakeholder, environmental and customer audiences||—||—|
|Radar plot comparing organisation capabilities against stakeholder, environment, and customer needs||—||—|
|Outline business case||—||—|