Rapid technological advancements, growing competition and increased customer expectations have made a marketer’s job tougher than ever before. Business managers today expect you to leverage technology in ways that will make the business more innovative. To meet their expectations, you need to understand new technology directions so you can unleash the power technological innovations, not only to increase the effectiveness of business processes, but also to open up new business opportunities with creative new services and products. Your goal now must be to reinvent IT, making it a partner in the business.
Occasionally, an information technology service can be used by various types of industries. However, it depends on the service needs of the business. Telkom Solution brings Horizontal Solution to meet the needs of the business people. Depending on the nature of your business, your Products and Services section could be very long or relatively short. If your business is product-focused, you will want to spend more time describing those products.
With your eye for photo opportunities-at weddings, parties, special events and more-you could be zooming in on profits as a freelance photographer. Be prepared to work weekends and evenings (when many clients will need your services) and to hire an assistant to help you juggle your photo paraphernalia.
When planning change, questions arise about who will be impacted by those changes. Which business services will be offline due to server or router maintenance? Who does the IT team need to notify about the impending maintenance, which business owners will be impacted? With a service-aligned approach, IT knows which business owners to alert ahead of time and to keep updated on status.
A simple way to think about the power of service models in relation to rapid problem isolation is that they reduce mean-time-to-know to zero. No more need for accusations flying in hastily arranged war-room meetings. With an accurate and always up-to-date service model, it is easy for an operations manager to assign work by service criticality – or, perhaps according to the service bringing in the most revenue.