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Based on a process approach to infrastructure technology management (as opposed to a strictly IT systems perspective), IT Service Management (ITSM) seeks to focus on customer needs and IT services with a continuous emphasis on improvement. In other words, the customer or client’s needs are addressed first, then comes IT infrastructure planning, implementation and support. It is a framework or standard that is entirely customer centric.
Business leaders sometimes assume that standardizing the service desk is simply a matter of buying the right tool or sorting out the analysts who handle the initial tickets. This mistake is behind more than one misguided service desk standardization project and most hasty IT service management (ITSM) tool purchases.
Service desk technologies and processes are definitely part of the equation, but the variables extend far beyond the first tier of the service desk. Improving service support is an exercise in organizational change. The goal is to work toward establishing a single service-support team across the IT group and supporting it with a cooperative, customer-focused culture.
Focus on building standardized processes for incident management and service request fulfillment one group at a time until everyone who touches a ticket embraces the same set of processes and technologies.
Our approach to service desk standardization focuses on building essential best practices:
Please feel free to contact us for more information on how we can help protect your organization's service desk needs and capabilities.