Rating Criteria for Technologies

In an element, hover the question mark (1) next to a rating criterion to find descriptions. The dark blue line indicates the overall Average Rating, while the dot indicates your rating. Beneath, examples of rating criteria (can be subject to changes) are provided:


The Scope describes how far-reaching the influence of the respective element is.

Potential Impact

The Potential Impact describes how disruptive and impactful the respective element is.

Technology Attractiveness

The Technology Attractiveness describes the potential value the technology can provide to your business.


Is this a very base technology, or is it a complex one made from many other Technologies?

Internal Know-How

Internal Know-How is a measure indicating how much internal know-how your business possesses with regard to the respective element.

Need for Action

Need for Action indicates the importance for your business to take action with regard to the respective Element.


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