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The advent of the fourth industrial revolution presents opportunities and challenges to organizations, like never before. This is particularly important for the Latin American region, if we take into account the correlation that exists between the capacity of taking advantage from information technologies and the economic and social development of the communities where they operate. The present paper describes a work in progress that seeks to determine the current degree to which companies in various countries of Latin America use technologies to compete, and the impact that this, in turn, has on the development of the region. A conceptual digital maturity is presented, serving as the basis to build a diagnostic instrument, and the subsequent stages for the conclusion of the project are described, also indicating the expected results and impacts.



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