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Service Productization
Your Challenge: Get Decision Makers' Approval for a Service Productization. Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant and Time-Bound. Productization of services is accomplished by associating tangible features with intangible service offerings. Tangible features may take the form of personnel, collateral, methodologies, pricing, facilities, or other attributes. Automation tools like enterprise service automation, database, and project management tools serve as enablers to service productization. By associating tangible features with intangible services, the professional services firm can build client confidence.

GREAT CUSTOMER SERVICE: can be delivered with greater certainty. Brand and Service Offering Labels Establishing a product line brand that remains consistent can be an extremely effective approach to productizing. Pittiglio, Rabin, Todd, & McGrath (PRTM) is a mid-size consulting firm that has leveraged branding to makes its service offerings more tangible for many years. As an example, their PACE TM framework for improving product development processes is known to hundreds of companies worldwide. This approach not only improves o
5/16/2005 12:00:00 AM

Recession? Steal Market Share by Increasing Customer Service!
Recession? Steal Market Share by Increasing Customer Service!Secure Documents and Other Dynamic System to Use In Your Organization of Steal Market Share by Increasing Customer Service. During a recession, don’t follow the cost-cutting crowd. Of course, be frugal, but in areas that don’t touch the customer. Forget what everyone else is doing. Now isn’t the time to follow the masses—now is the time to make difficult decisions that will poise your company for unprecedented growth coming out of the downturn. Find out how to think and act for the long term—and emerge from the current economic stall a winner.

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8/3/2009 3:20:00 PM

Good Customer Service Is Simple
Most companies salute good customer service as a key objective. But in its simplest form, what is good customer service? Outstanding customer service is a competitive advantage. Most companies salute good customer service as a key objective. But in its simplest form, what is good customer service? Olin Thompson lays down some basic requirements for businesses and explains the role of business processes in supporting good customer service.

GREAT CUSTOMER SERVICE: your ability to deliver great customer service. Here’s a tip: your largest customers are typically the most demanding, but they are also trendsetters. What they expect today, others will expect in the future. Your largest customers usually have a more formal statement of their expectations, making it easier for you to meet those expectations.  What Do Your Customers Expect? In customer service, there are two essential rules: 1. Make promises you can keep. 2. Keep the promises you make. If you go
11/26/2010 8:44:00 AM

IFS Wins in Field Service Management » The TEC Blog
The solution is seemingly great for high-volume, low task complexity field service applications, with its current focus on services for utilities. But, TOA is much narrower in its service lifecycle management (SLM) footprint, i.e., offering hardly anything in the areas of parts planning and inventory management. Along similar lines is ClickSoftware , although the vendor has some hooks into SAP and Infor inventory management via ngoing partnerships. Neither solution has much in the areas of product

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26-02-2013

PANalytical: A QAD Customer Success Story
As a leader in x-ray analytical instrumentation and software, PANalytical’s global business was growing rapidly. But with that growth, complexity in its information and communication infrastructures had also grown—making it impossible to optimize and standardize its business processes. Since partnering with QAD, PANalytical has successfully consolidated two manufacturing sites, 31 sales offices, and 17 databases.

GREAT CUSTOMER SERVICE: PANalytical: A QAD Customer Success Story PANalytical: A QAD Customer Success Story Source: QAD Document Type: Case Study Description: As a leader in x-ray analytical instrumentation and software, PANalytical’s global business was growing rapidly. But with that growth, complexity in its information and communication infrastructures had also grown—making it impossible to optimize and standardize its business processes. Since partnering with QAD, PANalytical has successfully consolidated two
9/10/2007 4:42:00 PM

Six Sigma for IT Service Level Management
Six Sigma for IT Service Level Management. Browse Free IT Reports on Six Sigma for IT Service Level Management. Industry analysts, Enterprise Management Associates (EMA), recently conducted research to understand how widespread the acceptance of Six Sigma is for managing IT service quality. This research, which was targeted primarily at enterprises, showed that 65 percent of those surveyed acknowledge the relevance of Six Sigma for IT-based service management. While many IT organizations have yet to adopt Six Sigma for service management, 80 percent stated that they have plans to do so. This research suggests there is a growing interest in Six Sigma.

GREAT CUSTOMER SERVICE: areas that have the greatest potential return on investment and should receive priority for improvement. Cost of poor quality (COPQ) - the cost to the organization when processes are not operating efficiently. Early on in the quality improvement initiative, firms must embark in an effort to identify processes that are most important, as well as the associated costs to the organization when there are quality issues in those processes. Reduction and eventual elimination is the goal with respect to COPQ.
10/3/2005 12:33:00 PM

5 Key Steps to Make Field Service Profitable
Is field service seen as a cost center at your business? Providing field service can be a complex process, but that does not have to mean it’s unprofitable. Every field service interaction is an opportunity to not only delight customers, but also increase revenue. Here are 5 easy steps to get your field service organization in the black this year. Accomplish all five and get your field techs, customers, and balance sheet in your favor.

GREAT CUSTOMER SERVICE: 5 Key Steps to Make Field Service Profitable 5 Key Steps to Make Field Service Profitable Source: ServiceMax Document Type: White Paper Description: Is field service seen as a cost center at your business? Providing field service can be a complex process, but that does not have to mean it’s unprofitable. Every field service interaction is an opportunity to not only delight customers, but also increase revenue. Here are 5 easy steps to get your field service organization in the black this year.
6/12/2013 1:36:00 PM

The Hidden Traps of HRMS Software as a Service
Human resource management systems (HRMS) and payroll vendors are entering the software as a service (SaaS) market en masse. Though much as been written about the benefits of SaaS, only now are the short and long term ramifications of SaaS being discussed. As long as the purchaser is fully informed, then a decision can be made that best meets the needs of the enterprise.

GREAT CUSTOMER SERVICE: The Hidden Traps of HRMS Software as a Service The Hidden Traps of HRMS Software as a Service Source: PDS Document Type: White Paper Description: Human resource management systems (HRMS) and payroll vendors are entering the software as a service (SaaS) market en masse. Though much as been written about the benefits of SaaS, only now are the short and long term ramifications of SaaS being discussed. As long as the purchaser is fully informed, then a decision can be made that best meets the needs of the
3/30/2006 5:26:00 PM

The Quaker Oats Company: A CHAMPS Customer Profile
Quaker Oats has been an icon in Cedar Rapids, Iowa (US) since 1901. In 1979, Quaker sought a system for the storeroom function and purchasing department, and selected CHAMPS. In 1991, the company implemented the CHAMPS maintenance management functionality. Its internal team interfaced CHAMPS with the existing accounts payable system, for seamless data transfer between the maintenance and accounting departments.

GREAT CUSTOMER SERVICE: The Quaker Oats Company: A CHAMPS Customer Profile The Quaker Oats Company: A CHAMPS Customer Profile Source: CHAMPS Software, Inc. Document Type: Case Study Description: Quaker Oats has been an icon in Cedar Rapids, Iowa (US) since 1901. In 1979, Quaker sought a system for the storeroom function and purchasing department, and selected CHAMPS. In 1991, the company implemented the CHAMPS maintenance management functionality. Its internal team interfaced CHAMPS with the existing accounts payable system, for
11/6/2006 9:46:00 AM

IT Service Management Metrics that Matter
Do you think great IT performance is achieved through luck or chance? You can bet real money it’s not. But regardless of how you measure up to high performers, there are a few steps you can take to improve your processes—starting with controlling change. Find out how this simple and significant way to improve performance and processes can help you achieve your operational effectiveness and efficiency objectives.

GREAT CUSTOMER SERVICE: Description: Do you think great IT performance is achieved through luck or chance? You can bet real money it’s not. But regardless of how you measure up to high performers, there are a few steps you can take to improve your processes—starting with controlling change. Find out how this simple and significant way to improve performance and processes can help you achieve your operational effectiveness and efficiency objectives. IT Service Management Metrics that Matter style= border-width:0px; />  
3/4/2008 11:28:00 AM

Reducing Operational Risk of IT Service in Finance
Reducing Operational Risk of IT Service in Finance. Browse Free IT Guides on Reducing Operational Risk of IT Service in Finance. An overview for CIOs of the provision and management of IT services at a level that addresses the risk management issues raised by the Basel Committee's New Capital Accord expected to become effective during 2006. Because of the dependence financial institutions have on IT services, the accord requires adequate provision to assure the availability of these services. Centauri Business Service Manager is presented as the solution: one that allows a CIO to assess current risk levels, measure ongoing risk and support a process of ongoing improvement to reduce this risk. Furthermore, Centauri provides the financial institution with a cost-effective balanced scorecard to improve decision-making.

GREAT CUSTOMER SERVICE: and reporting mechanism that greatly limit the effects of the failure through alert notification. FMEA Example: Electronic Banking The following simplified example illustrates FMEA for a bank?s online bill payment process. See Figure 2 for illustration. The FMEA steps required to construct this model are as follows: Identify a process or item to analyze, typically a business process: In this case, the bank?s online bill payment process. List all potential things that can go wrong - the failure modes: For
10/3/2005 12:36:00 PM


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