Data Culture Maturity Model

Accelerate Business Outcomes with Data Culture

Alation’s Data Culture Maturity Assessment empowers organizations to gauge their data culture maturity levels across Data Search & Discovery, Data Governance, Data Literacy, and Data Leadership.

What is the Data Culture Maturity Model?

In this rapidly evolving data world, the Alation Data Culture Maturity Model is a roadmap for organizations striving to utilize their data effectively. It guides businesses in transforming their raw data into actionable insights by progressing through various stages of maturity.

Why is Data Culture Maturity Important?

Understanding and implementing a robust Data Culture Maturity Model is crucial for leaders who recognize data's indispensable role in decision-making and competitive differentiation. This model is the key for CDOs, CIOs, BI professionals, and business leaders to unlock a data-driven edge.

Empower a data culture

Data Search & Discovery

Enable users to find, understand, and trust the information they need

Data Leadership

Align data initiatives to outcomes and measure the value to your organization

Data Governance

Value and prioritize data governance - from exception to necessity

Data Literacy

Enhance collaboration and understanding to make data-driven decisions

Data Search & Discovery

Ensure that your team can easily locate and retrieve the right data. Cultivate stewardship to maintain the integrity and usefulness of your data assets.

Data Leadership

Equip your organization with the expertise needed to transform your operations, management, and mindset to leverage data and AI.

Data Governance

Establish a structured data governance framework, supported by clear policies, to maintain the quality and security of data across the enterprise.

Data Literacy

Focus on increasing the data literacy of your workforce. Equip them with the skills and tools needed to understand, analyze, and communicate with data.

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[Our data catalog] allows the analyst to quickly find the data and now spend 80% of their time doing analysis on that data.

Patrick Dever

Former Chief Data Strategist, Avista

We use [a data catalog] to house our business glossaries and as a map of our data sources on- prem. [This] is helping our different departments use terms and metrics in a consistent manner... it is invaluable as a resource to our analysts on finding out the where and what of our data elements.

Jamie Hughes

Strategist, Large Healthcare Charity

Loyalty NZ logo

Data quality can have a significant impact on our business. This means the challenge of data integrity and availability of trusted data is core to everything we do.

James Wood

Head of Data Platforms, Loyalty NZ

Take the Assessment

Are you ready to evaluate where your organization stands on the path to data maturity? Take our assessment today and start your journey towards a more mature culture.