itSMF – GTA – Connecting the Disconnected Enterprise

March 5, 2019

Get your complimentary ticket to itSMF – GTA – Connecting the Disconnected Enterprise.

We are offering 20 free tickets (value $30) courtesy of Blended Perspectives.

22 Mar 2019, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM

The Masonic Temple (VIP Throne Room), 888 Yonge Street, Toronto, ON M4W 2J2, Canada

Jira has been incredibly successful with development teams, but PMs have been less inclined to adopt the tools. Yet all the functionality to support a full PMO is readily available.

When different tools and processes are used to support different aspects of the same project or program, we lose the ability to effectively see the big picture. We think tactical connective solutions are the most cost effective and fastest path forward.

Most organizations already have major disconnected systems – spotting tactical wins across this landscape makes sense. For all new requests for process oriented IT systems or replacing legacy systems, consider a solution like Jira, which you most probably already have. For instance, if you extend Jira to support that new service desk or legal contract management process, the infrastructure is already there, users can be provisioned immediately, a pilot can be implemented in days not weeks.

Think of the speed and cost savings! How do you get there?

We can undertake a current state assessment – we call this the connected organizational opportunity assessment (COOp). It will identify connected opportunities, create a prioritized list and a business case for the top candidates that includes system takeouts, connected benefits, cost savings and a plan forward.

itSMF Canada is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting and facilitating the recognition and growth of companies in Service Management.  They promote the certification, adoption and application of ‘Best Practice’ frameworks and standards, such as ITIL, ISO20000, CoBIT and many others.  Operating through Branches located across Canada, they provide a vital and vibrant network of peers, mentors, and industry experts needed by the growing community of IT Service Management professionals.