Increase Technology Rollout Service Efficiency

When companies have technology rollouts to deploy on a nationwide or global scale, service efficiency is critical. By understanding the details of the Rollout Services Model, they can avoid the potential nightmares of project implementation and increase the chances that projects are completed on time and within budget. Learn how to evaluate a technology rollout company effectively and ensure that you are getting the most efficient and cost-effective implementation system for your technology deployment projects.

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How Shared Services Can Increase Your Organization’s Efficiency and Productivity

By consolidating common functions so that fewer people and systems are supporting a broader group of business units, shared services can help your company leverage economies of scale in these areas. However, before you can successfully execute such a change, the people and systems of your organization need to be ready. This white paper discusses the steps that need to be considered when moving to a shared-services model.  Read More

Buyer's Guide: Evaluating Performance Management Solutions

Across industries, companies are looking for smarter and more efficient ways to guarantee the performance and availability of business-critical applications. Many invest in network performance management (NPM) and/or application performance monitoring (APM) tools to gain visibility into the health of their enterprise’s application delivery infrastructure.

The problem with this approach can be that APM and NPM operations are rarely integrated and this means little collaboration or collation... Read More

MSP Guide: Generating Service Revenue from IT Monitoring

Managed service providers (MSPs) can monetize their investment in monitoring to enhance their services and increase profitability.

This document suggests ideas for adding IT monitoring services to a portfolio of offerings. It looks at monitoring all aspects of IT infrastructure, including servers, storage, network, security, and applications, in a unified manner that aligns with customer business services.

This document also posits the idea that using a next-generation integrated... Read More

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Lower Technology Rollout Project Costs & Time

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Managing Change: Service-Oriented Component Architecture

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Technology can be used to achieve competitive advantages, increase customer service and loyalty, and increase efficiency, but technology can also cause vendor lock-in and escalating costs. Learn how the object orientation, and service oriented architecture features in IFS Service-Oriented Component Architecture can help develop agile business software. Read More
 
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