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Drivers of change in ITSM 3 M. Lillycrop As agile development and continuous integration become more the norm than the exception there will be greater focus on the need for ITSM processes to become more agile and more automated, leading to greater levels of automation in CCRM but also in incident and problem management using enhanced knowledge for the automated release processes and the development process and associated wikis. Service desk will do more proactive determination of customer response and reaction, and become more of a knowledge and wisdom center, interrogating vast, complex and diverse data sets to determine real-time customer experience and trigger automated response to that.
by John Sowerby
04 December 2014
ITSM Tools Forum 0 C. Dudley Are  you coming to this FREE member event in London?Just log on to your account and register, or call us in the office 0n 0118 918 6500 for more details. 
by C. Dudley
28 November 2014
ITSM14 Presentations 5 K. Hurley Hi AllThe keynote presentations from #ITSM14 are now available for download at regardsMark
by M. Lillycrop
21 November 2014
SFIA - too daunting? 11 J. Suter Absolutely agree, Matthew. Our experience is that once we have made the investment in SFIA-based role profiles, underpinned by aligned development guides this gives managers and employees the framework to have a constructive and actionable personal development discussion. You are correct, HR like this as it makes a desired HR process possible and worthwhile.
by John Sowerby
20 November 2014
Managing complexity with Governance 4 J. Suter Any chance we could get to see the slide?
by John Sowerby
17 November 2014
Twitterchat - 16th July - Service Improvement 1 J. Suter Thanks Jane.I’m looking forward to listening just as much as (if not more than) tweeting on Wednesday – particularly around understanding what benefits other organisations are currently experiencing from CSI. And if you had a magic wand what would you change to make CSI more effective? Do feel free to post your responses here and we can incorporate.For those of you that prefer interacting in a non-tweet way, we’re currently planning the next CSI Special Interest Group Event, looking at CSI & Innovation. What does it mean, how can we contribute, alongside other topics. Watch this space (and this website!) for further details once the venue has been confirmed.Finally – if there are any CSI topics you’d like to add to the twitter chat, or in to the special interest group then do let me know!
by C. Bartlett
09 July 2014
Sales Executive Vacancies at Marval Software Ltd 0 P. Patel Sales Executives – New Sales ·         Salary:     £ Competitive + Commission + Car Allowance ·         Location: Kettering, Northamptonshire  Looking for your next challenge? Due to continued expansion, Marval Software Limited, a leading, privately -owned software house is currently looking to appoint TWO New Sales Executives, looking to work with some of the best in the business.To succeed, you must be driven and enthusiastic with professional manners and slick presentation ability, in addition to being a true team player. The main focus will be attaining new sales within the ITSM Industry.  With an average order value of £50k, a technological understanding is requisite to give the client complete satisfaction throughout the sales process. Reporting to the CEO and Technical Director, this role will cover meeting clients, understanding their needs and using the correct sales technique to carry out the sale from start to finish. You must be experienced and knowledgeable in the ITSM, IT Software and related services sector and have working knowledge of related technologies, although ongoing training will be provided within the role to support you.   The position will be a UK national field sales role and overnight stays will be required.   Up to the challenge? Then get in touch today! To apply: Send your current CV and covering letter with your salary expectations to   Closing date: 25th July 2014.  
by P. Patel
07 July 2014
SW events 2 P. Horton Hi Pippa,The other thing to bear in mind is that the SIGs also have a number of closed meetings where they work on particular projects, prepare for public events etc. They are always on the look out for enthusiastic new members, so if there is anything that interests you in particular the office can put you in touch with that SIG chair.kind regardsRosemary
by R. Gurney
04 July 2014
Is Problem a Problem? 12 J. Suter The Problem Management Twitterchat has now been Storified. Link below:
by J. Suter
19 June 2014
Service Talk archive 2 Soliloquy Ltd The white papers that have previously been written and were on the old site are available under Reference. ThanksRichard
by R. Horton
30 May 2014
Can you quanitfy the value of your organisation's investment in ITSM? 1 J. Windebank To answer question 1: How business objectives are supported, i.e. the contribution that the investment will make in achieving the outcomes defined in the business objectives. This is the same approach that ISO/IEC 20000 demands when asking for Service Management Objectives to be linked to Business Objectives.
by M. Burrows2
19 May 2014
Welcome! 0 M. Lillycrop HiThis is the new ITSMF UK discussion forum, where members can exchange views on any topic.If you have any queries about the forum, please contact
by M. Lillycrop
26 March 2014

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