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Delivering ITSM Beyond the Four Walls of IT

How to Deliver ITSM Beyond IT

Hear how wellness corporation Curves Jenny Craig extended an enterprise-wide service delivery strategy beyond the four walls of IT - reducing costs by over $1M annually and improving customer satisfaction. Following up on her successes in leveraging the Cherwell Service Management dashboard capabilities to improve service experience and demonstrating service center value to senior management, Jamie Houlihan will share her recent achievements and insights gained by expanding Cherwell Service Management beyond the IT department to facilities, supply chain, self-service, and human resources.You will learn how Cherwell Service Management enabled Curves Jenny Craig to streamline and organize departmental operations and ultimately increasing the overall efficiency of their organization's many business processes.
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