Throughout 2019 there was a lot of buzz around ‘trends’ such as digital transformation, AI, and continued cloud adoption. So the question is, will 2020 be more of the same? Or should we expect to see new trends and focuses in the world of ITSM?
This article explains what Enterprise Service Management is and how it helps before talking to how new artificial intelligence (AI)-based capabilities – such as intelligent and connected chatbots – make an even greater difference to employee productivity and business outcomes.
Internally focused performance-based metrics are essential and remain relevant, but they don’t provide any insight into the user experience. To gain actual insight into user satisfaction, you need to change your metrics. Here we explain how, and the best way to go about it.
Are you still using the same old metrics, key performance indicators, and reactive processes to manage new and modern technologies? It’s time to broaden the scope of your metrics towards XLAs, here David D’Agostino looks at why and how to move past traditional SLAs.
Providing a quality customer experience means devising a plan and sticking with it, but doing so requires a little customer journey mapping. Here Nancy Van Elsacker Louisnord looks at the key steps for getting started with mapping your customer journeys, from the right questions to ask, to creating user personas.
In IT we need to go further than the mindset of “supporting the people, not the IT” to be more focused on the business-level outcomes achieved through what we do in IT. This article which offers up some of the key learning points from Refresh19 London – a Freshworks customer event – aims to help you achieve this.
This article by Kevin Smith looks at four things that can improve the user experience and help deliver the maximum value from the systems of IT across the business and to the people that are the lifeblood of the organization – including setting clear goals, and transparent design and user testing.
This article shares a number of proven tips that can dramatically improve your customer satisfaction survey scores. They’re all relatively simple and can be easily adopted by your IT service desk to achieve the results you want with your customers. Take a look here.
In Aale Roos’ opinion, not a single ITSM framework, standard, or concept is really customer-centric in the sense that customer service would be an important element in it – and so here he asks “where are we, and where should we be, with customer service in ITSM?”
Want to deliver excellent services? Want to start improving customer experience, but have no clue where to start? As with anything related to your customers, it’s often best to start with the customers and their journey(s) – so take a look at these five actions to help you on the road to success.
Which IT service management (ITSM) topics would you like to see our content focus on in 2019? Please take our quick poll and then read on to find out more about a year in the life of ITSM.tools’ content and readership, and to see how we shaped our content plan around last year’s votes.
We need to rethink the service delivery process and shift our mindsets as service providers away from that of closing tickets (submitted by end users) to instead prioritizing the needs of employees first! But how do you successfully do this? Here you’ll find five tips to get you started.
Some corporate IT organizations feel uncomfortable with the term “customer experience” when referring to internal end users. So, is employee experience a better term? And if it is, what are the barriers to success and how can you get it right? This article explains all.
Why is it that in the list of recently published ITSM hot topics, “people” topics come nowhere near the top? Do people not understand that business change is not built on process and technology, it’s built on people. Read more here.