Integrated Service Management
Fundamental to successful service innovation is an understanding that the service chain is a business process that must be integrated.
Fundamental to successful service innovation is an understanding that the service chain is a business process that must be integrated. Workflow, data and infrastructure must be interconnected and aligned across business and technology boundaries to ensure effective service delivery. Line of business, business operations, IT, infrastructure and customer management teams must execute against a common set of service objectives supported by real time service intelligence and integrated processes across the end-to-end service chain to ensure that service quality is maintained, costs are controlled, and risks are effectively managed.
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Posted on 12/06/2010 by