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The Search for ROI – The Importance of Service Performance Management

Service delivery organizations tend to dedicate a significant portion of their software budget to solutions that manage the “up-to -the-minute” operations such as network monitoring, application monitoring, and other infrastructure monitoring solution. That being said, one of the most important areas for automation, the contractual service level agreement, is often neglected which can put an IT organization out of alignment with business priorities.
Misalignment is both risky and expensive. It opens up organizations to labor costs, unwarranted legal and compliance risks, and even financial penalties so it is no wonder that ROI studies in this area often produce extremely high results when these issues are taken into consideration.

Join this webcast to learn about the cost, risk avoidance, and operational benefits that can be derived by automating contractual service level management.
Recorded Dec 13 2012 48 mins
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