For your operations, automation maturity is a journey, not a destination.

Take a few minutes to assess where your business is on that journey. Learn how to go beyond HMI and SCADA and help your organization foster greater collaboration, analyze valuable information, and increase integration from Edge to Enterprise.

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Did You Know?

Out of seven categories of digital maturity defined by Deloitte, Intelligent Workflows and Data Mastery have the strongest measurable impact on business outcomes.


Relative Impact of Individual Digital Maturity Categories in Driving Business Outcomes

  • Intelligent Workflows
  • Data Mastery
  • Open Talent Networks
  • Ecosystem Engagement
  • Infrastructure
  • Unified Customer Experience
  • Business Model Adaptability

Cost Efficiency


Revenue Growth


What Does Automation Maturity Success Look Like?

AVEVA clients in all stages of the automation maturity model push forward to new levels on their journey.

“AVEVA InTouch HMI offers advanced engineering tools that deliver faster time to value, more effective HMI design, better troubleshooting, and ease of application maintenance. It also includes visual enhancements to improve the ability to identify and address abnormal situations before they impact our operations.”

La Tortilla Factory,
California, USA

“ [AVEVA] provides a single access point to critical operational and performance information, facilitating smarter and faster decision-making.”

Abu Dhabi, UAE

“To effectively and efficiently perform our duties each day, we’ve developed a highly intuitive infrastructure based on ‘smart city’ technology from AVEVA.”

Carson City
Nevada, USA

Your Edge to Enterprise Level: Reactive

Your Rank: Automation Maturity Journey

Based on your answers, your team is likely at Level 1 (Reactive) on your Automation Maturity Journey.


Level 1



Level 2



Level 3



Level 4



Level 5


Your Rank: Maturity Journey Components


Ad hoc communication and coordination between employees and across departments

Managed communication and some shared decision-making

There is collaboration, shared decision-making, and accountability

Collaboration-based processes are measured to identify inefficiencies and bottlenecks

Effective knowledge-sharing and individual empowerment is occurring


Little or no automation

Siloed information and no central infrastructure

Central automated processes across the application lifecycle

Metrics of automated processes are collected and measured against business goals

Self-service automation and self-learning via analytics and self-remediation are in place


Often, processes are reactive and unpredictable

Processes are managed by not usually standardized

Standardization is in place across the organization

There is visibility and predictability across processes

Processes are fully realizing risk and cost optimization

Next Steps

To advance to the next stage of maturity, we can help by:

To advance to the next stage of maturity, we can help by:

To advance to the next stage of maturity, we can help by:

To advance to the next stage of maturity, we can help by:

To advance to the next stage of maturity, we can help by:

  • Improving data visibility
  • Reducing paper clutter
  • Securing encrypted communications
  • Improving situational awareness
  • Implementing standardization
  • Improving reporting time
  • Improving communication security and reliability
  • Standardizing operations
  • Improving operational agility to changing business needs (change propagation)
  • Improving remote visibility
  • Creating transparency across the value chain
  • Providing productivity opportunities
  • Advancing resource management/empowerment
  • Enhancing process operations
  • Improving OEE (Overall Equipment Effectiveness)
  • Providing comprehensive business integration
  • Providing real-time resource allocation and planning
  • Helping with global data-driven operations
  • Improving manufacturing agility
  • Providing complete visualization from plant floor to CEO