DCAM: 8-Week Basic Assessment


This assessment targets organizations in their first years of data management development. It helps you understand the best practices and identify the gaps and areas of improvement.

As companies move to the cloud using Microsoft Azure, developing data management capabilities has become increasingly important. This offer acts as an accelerator for developing secure, easily accessible and trustworthy used data. Developing your data management capabilities will ensure success in your cloud initiatives and enable growth.

We can help you assess your data capabilities and identify potential weaknesses and needed improvements by utilizing an existing industry standard framework Data Management Capability Assessment Model (DCAM®) by EDM Council. Tietoevry is the only global DCAM Authorized Partner (DAP) and global CDMC Authorized Partner (CAP) with certified and accredited resources in Nordics.

Our Basic DCAM assessment covers 8 data management & analytics components, including 38 capability questions. The assessment gives a better understanding of your weaknesses and strengths and helps to plan the next steps. Although born in the financial service industry, DCAM has been increasingly applied by organizations from other industries, from manufacturing to public sector.

When there are legal or regulatory pressures or a large initiative to understand detailed challenges, then consider another offer called Thorough DCAM Assessment.

This assessment is based on the EDM Council membership material. The final price includes EDM Council fee, which is determined based on your organization’s size and membership status.


  • Accelerate your data management journey today
  • Get your organization to understand what data management capabilities you need to improve
  • Agree on where you are and how to move forward (detailed recommendations & roadmap) – consensus building
  • Compare yourself against the best practices and industry benchmarks

The assessment consists of three phases (full description in the picture slides):
Phase 1 - Planning and preparation
Phase 2 - Kick-off, interview and consensus workshop
Phase 3 - Recommendation and completion