The Digital Sustainability Maturity Model (DSMM) is inspired by the metamorphosis process, in which a nymph or larva develops into an adult through a natural method. Businesses usually fail at the threshold of change, where they must let go of old ways and processes to make room for new. Those that have managed to keep growth over GDP (about one in ten enterprises) over the last few decades have also begun to feel the heat as major global concerns loom. Thinking of corporate transformation in digital terms alone is proving to be overly narrow for attaining long-term growth. Business sustainability in the modern era depends on a company’s ability to transform across the six dimensions of sustainability, namely social, ecological, economic, spatial, institutional, and cultural.