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April 14 , 2017 By Katie McKenna
Gartner Research on Future-ready ITSM Practices

H.G. Wells’ famous “adapt or perish” quote becomes more and more relevant as advancements in cloud and everything-as-a-service technologies evolve at rapid speed. When it comes to providing strategic value to the workplace, IT must be at the forefront of the latest best practices, tools, and critical skillsets. As Gartner puts it, your ITSM practices need to be “future-ready” to stay business relevant.

Easier said than done, right? According to ITSIO data, very few I&O organizations are adequately mature, business-oriented and future-ready enough to properly leverage advancements in new technology and service options. So what do you need to do to get there? Gartner shares their top ten list of next practices that will help IT organizations evolve and adapt their ITSM practices for future imperatives, such as:

  • Making metrics and KPIs business relevant
  • Reinventing the service part of IT service
  • Redefining and differentiating IT services by business value
  • Demanding futuristic feature/functions needed from tool vendors
  • Building IT services business cases between IT and business functions
  • Planning a switch in the responses of I&O teams from reactive to proactive

Download the $195 Gartner research on us today to gain the information you need to future-proof your ITSM processes and substantially boost business performance:

Gartner Research : Top 10 IT Service Management Next Practices

 

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Katie McKenna is the Digital Marketing Manager at EasyVista, managing all aspects of social media and the company’s web presence. She enjoys learning and sharing all things ITSM, IoT, SaaS, and IT Consumerization. Katie is also an avid reader, pizza enthusiast, and horror movie lover. Follow Katie’s latest tweets on EasyVista and industry news at @EasyVista.
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