SERVICE CATALOG - build a successful business case in 3 steps

Axios Systems Hosts First Installment of Service Catalog Webcast Series

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Axios Systems, the world’s leading provider of IT Service Management (ITSM) solutions, including the assyst software, announces its webcast series to educate organizations on how to implement a successful Service Catalog.

The series has been created in response to the results of a recent Axios survey based around Service Catalogs, which found that 64 percent of organizations are looking to implement a Service Catalog in the next 6 months.

The first of the four webcasts, ‘3 Steps to Building a Business Case for Service Catalog’, provides a solid introduction to the Service Catalog and a guide on how to put together a business case for your organization. It covers:

Clarity on the business benefits of a Service Catalog
Practical advice on scoping a budget for the project
Recommendations on how to prove ROI to key decision makers

The other webcasts guide you in designing and defining your services within a Service Catalog, how to integrate the Service Catalog with your business, and the reporting/metrics a Service Catalog can provide.

Ailsa Symeonides, Sales & Marketing Director at Axios Systems said, “The webcast series gives attendees a good basis to initiate or progress a Service Catalog project and guidance throughout to ensure its success.”

For more information or to register for the webcasts please click here (http://forms.axiossystems.com/?elqPURLPage=70).
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