Enhance Business Value through Customer-Centric IT Service Management
ITSM 2.0: Both unnoticeable and remarkable at the same time.
Business units are IT’s customers. However, some IT departments are not doing enough to deliver quality customer service.
IT is often too busy fighting fires to focus on delivering customer service excellence.
If IT is just providing technology services and not focusing on customer service, they will be outsourced to the Cloud.
Traditional ITSM emphasizes development and supply of IT services through best practices, which is technology-focused. Info-Tech recognizes the need for a customer-focused business model and recommends the adoption of ITSM 2.0, which views every decision and action through the lens of the customer experience.
Implementing customer service practices in your IT department will prove to be very beneficial.
Customer service excellence is the delivery of exceptional services that are both unnoticeable and remarkable. A happy customer can be a silent customer. By preventing a problem from ever becoming a problem, customers will be more satisfied with IT services.
Impact and Result
Change the ITSM philosophy of your IT department to one that focuses on the customer experience.
Improve IT success and add business value by delivering customer service excellence through:
- Enhanced Customer Engagement: The act of giving your customer fulfilling and rewarding interactions, and exceeding their expectations.
- Behind the Scenes Excellence: The unnoticeable processes that prevent a problem from ever becoming a problem, thus reducing business disruptions.
Prepare your organization for this change through project communication, and stakeholder, change, and workforce management.
Enhance Business Value through Customer-Centric IT Service Management Research & Tools
1. Make the case for a customer-centric focus for ITSM
Focus on the customer experience to increase benefits.
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