Wales, like most other nations, is undergoing a period of rapid transformation, with digital technologies playing a central role in both business and society. This is seeing an increasing number businesses in Wales accessing broadband and associated digital technologies such as cloud computing, videoconferencing etc. Despite this, we know surprisingly little about how businesses use these technologies, and how it affects the wider Welsh economy. To address this Cardiff University is conducting a five-year programme of research on digital technology use, examining impacts in different sectors and different parts of Wales.
The National Digital Maturity Survey was first launched in 2016 as a way of measuring digital technology use in Wales’ small and medium enterprises (SMEs), and to understand change over time. We would now like to invite SMEs to take part in the second Digital Maturity Survey. By completing the survey SMEs will help us build a picture of the emerging digital economy in Wales, and inform the work of Welsh Government and partners in supporting its development.
Details of the previous digital maturity survey as well as case studies and horizon scanning reports, can be found on our website – http://www.cardiff.ac.uk/superfast-broadband-project
Take part in the survey here: National Digital Maturity Survey 2017
If you have any questions regarding the survey please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org