Private, On-Site Instruction: this is not your typical workshop!
Does your organization know what software and hardware it owns and where it is? Are you struggling with software audits? When something fails, can you quickly identify and restore the impacted services? When you make data center changes, do you know what is affected? Do you have a reliable and complete store of IT decision-making data?
IT organizations, operating in today’s complexity of systems, managed services, cloud,
Evergreen’s private, on-site Service Asset and Configuration Management (SACM) Workshop educates your team on SACM fundamentals and helps your IT organization map a plan for the future.
The morning session educates you on SACM essentials and establishes your current baseline and maturity. The afternoon builds on that with exploration for an advanced, possible future state and discussion of your challenges and opportunities, Then, as a team, we review a typical three-phase roadmap and work together to reconfigure it for your specific needs. The day wraps up with an executive-level briefing of findings,
Your team spends the day with industry experts and works together to problem solve, test ideas, advance your knowledge and create a strategy for going forward. This one-day workshop can literally save you months of education and consensus building – rapidly accelerating your SACM program and sharpening its focus.
The Evergreen SACM Workshop provides:
- A full day of hands-on exposure to SACM strategies, lifecycles, processes and tools
- Current state baseline and assessment
- A high-level roadmap aligned with your needs
- Team-based problem solving and solution development
- Identification of key findings and quick wins
- Clear recommendations and actions
- A full day of coaching from our experienced consultants
Delivered at your location for only $3,950!* (Maximum 15 attendees)
Managing asset and configuration data effectively
creates something very powerful – an enterprise decision-making database
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