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IT Service Catalog Software Store – An Example of Balanced Service Design (Part 3 of 5)

Posted by Don Casson

This is part 3 in a series of 5 posts. Click here to read part 1. To access part 2, click here.

Creating effective IT Services always involves three constituencies  - the customer, the provider and the manager.

Most organizations are interested in building a beautiful, self-service software store as part of their IT Service Catalogs.  It is also a great example of balanced design – giving the customers what they want to get what we need. 

Let’s look at the step “Buy.”

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Topics: Service Catalog, ITIL, ServiceNow, Service Request Catalog, IT Consulting, IT Service Catalog, ITSM, IT, Request Portal, ITSM Strategy, Service Operation Processes, Service Catalog Webinar, Service Strategy Processes, Service Design Processes



IT Service Catalog Software Store – An Example of Balanced Service Design (Part 2 of 5)

Posted by Don Casson

This is part 2 in a series of 5. Click here to read part 1.

Most organizations are interested in building a beautiful, self-service software store as part of their IT Service Catalogs.  It is also a great example of balanced design – giving the customers what they want to get what we need. 

Let’s look at the step “Shop.”

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Topics: Service Catalog, ITIL, ServiceNow, Service Request Catalog, IT Consulting, IT Service Catalog, ITSM, IT, Request Portal, ITSM Strategy, Service Operation Processes, Service Catalog Webinar, Service Strategy Processes, Service Design Processes



How do you get ready for a Service Catalog Project?

Posted by Stephanie Nicoll

Few Organizations have practical experience planning for a successful Service Catalog project.

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Topics: Service Catalog, Service Now, ServiceNow, IT Service Catalog, ITSM, IT Service Management, IT Self Service, IT, IT Strategy, IT Webinar



IT Service Catalog Software Store – An Example of Balanced Service Design

Posted by Don Casson

Creating effective IT Services always involves three constituencies  - the customer, the provider and the manager.  All must be involved and have their needs met to create any truly viable service.

Most organizations are interested in building a beautiful, self-service software store as part of their IT Service Catalogs.  It is also a great example of balanced design – giving the customers what they want to get what we need.  Let’s look at the process.

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Topics: Service Catalog, ITIL, ServiceNow, Service Request Catalog, IT Consulting, IT Service Catalog, ITSM, IT, Request Portal, ITSM Strategy, Service Operation Processes, Service Catalog Webinar, Service Strategy Processes, Service Design Processes



IT Service Catalogs: Meeting the Manager's Needs in Service Catalog Services Design

Posted by Don Casson

Creating effective IT Services always involves three constituencies  - the customer, the provider and the manager. 

All must be involved and have their needs met to create any truly viable service.

So what does the manager need? 

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Topics: Service Catalog, ITIL, ServiceNow, Service Request Catalog, IT Consulting, IT Service Catalog, ITSM, IT, Request Portal, ITSM Strategy, Service Operation Processes, Service Catalog Webinar, Service Strategy Processes, Service Design Processes



IT Service Catalogs: The Essential IT Services Design Relationship

Posted by Don Casson

Customer and Provider: The Essential IT Services Design Relationship

Not only creating, but improving Services over time depends on the on-going relationship, or “ballet” between the customer and the provider. 

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Topics: Service Catalog, ITIL, ServiceNow, Service Request Catalog, IT Consulting, IT Service Catalog, ITSM, IT, Request Portal, ITSM Strategy, Service Operation Processes, Service Catalog Webinar, Service Strategy Processes, Service Design Processes



IT Service Catalogs: Services Design - Meeting the Provider's Needs

Posted by Don Casson

Creating effective IT Services always involves three constituencies  - the customer, the provider and the manager. 

All must be involved and have their needs met to create any truly viable service.

So what does the provider need? 

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Topics: Service Catalog, ITIL, ServiceNow, Service Request Catalog, IT Consulting, IT Service Catalog, ITSM, IT, Request Portal, ITSM Strategy, Service Operation Processes, Service Catalog Webinar, Service Strategy Processes, Service Design Processes



IT Service Catalogs: Meeting the Customers' Needs in Services Design

Posted by Don Casson

Creating effective IT Services always involves three constituencies  - the customer, the provider and the manager. All must be involved and have their needs met to create any truly viable service.

So what does the customer need? .  

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Topics: Service Catalog, ITIL, ServiceNow, Service Request Catalog, IT Consulting, IT Service Catalog, ITSM, IT, Request Portal, ITSM Strategy, Service Operation Processes, Service Catalog Webinar, Service Strategy Processes, Service Design Processes



IT Service Catalogs: Balanced Design Principles

Posted by Don Casson

Is building customer centric IT Services for your Service Catalog good enough?

What is the ITIL definition of an IT Service?  “An outcome that meets a customer’s needs well enough to justify the purchase price.” That’s it. Simple huh? So building Services our customers would want seems like the key to success. 

But there is more than just the customer...  

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Topics: Service Catalog, ITIL, ServiceNow, Service Request Catalog, IT Consulting, IT Service Catalog, ITSM, IT, Request Portal, ITSM Strategy, Service Operation Processes, Service Catalog Webinar, Service Strategy Processes, Service Design Processes



Customer-Centric IT Service Management

Posted by Stephanie Nicoll

Don Casson, CEO of Evergreen Systems lead a panel discussion today at the ServiceNow User Group (SNUG) in Minnesota with executives from Thomson Reuters and BCBS of Minnesota discussing the importance of, and strategy behind, customer-centric ITSM. 

Executives want a beautiful, "Amazon-like” IT experience for employees. While this logically starts with the employee Service Catalog & Portal, it raises a lot of questions:

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Topics: Service Catalog, ServiceNow, IT Service Catalog, ITSM, IT Service Management, IT Self Service, ITSM Strategy, Customer-Centric IT



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