Cherwell Achieves ITIL® Software Scheme Accreditation
Cherwell Service Management(TM) provides a holistic approach to service management, allowing IT and support departments to align themselves with the businesses they support. Designed from the ground up using Microsoft's .NET technology and out-of-the-box ITIL best practice, the tool offers 11 fully-integrated management modules, including Incident, Problem, Change, Release and Deployment, Configuration, Service Level Management, and Service Catalogue to name just a few.
"We're delighted to receive this prestigious endorsement under the ITIL software scheme, alongside our existing PinkVerify and Serview accreditations," says Tony Probert, European managing director, Cherwell Software. "This recognition reflects our ongoing commitment to developing solutions that incorporate ITIL good practice and an application platform offering unmatched customisation and flexibility, enabling customers to easily configure the solution to their specific business needs."
Companies, including First Rate Exchange, Otto Group, Komatsu, SciSys, Munich Airport and Ipsos MORI already experience measurable business benefits from using Cherwell Service Management(TM) .
ITIL® is a registered trade mark of the Cabinet Office. ITIL is the de facto, most comprehensive set of best practice for IT Service Management (ITSM).
Headquartered in Colorado Springs, USA and with its EMEA offices based in the UK, Cherwell Software was founded, and is managed, by a team of industry experts. Our matchless, wizard driven CBAT application development platform empowers our users to create new screens, business processes and to develop additional business applications without the need for developer resources, bespoke coding or scripting services. We are passionate about customer care and dedicated toward "building innovative technology based upon yesterday values." Visit www.cherwell.com for more information.
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