[GUIDE] 6 Smart Steps for ITSM Tool Selection Success
Avoid the common mistake of overspending on ITSM
Discover what it takes to select the right ITSM tool
The most critical mistake I&O leaders make in their selection of an IT service management (ITSM) tool is not ensuring that it is aligned to their desired state of I&O maturity before determining the appropriate ITSM tooling strategy. This leads to overpaying for tools that are too complicated, eventually slowing down operations and increasing overhead costs.
In this guide, Gartner shares the six steps I&O leaders must take to successfully select the right ITSM tool for their organization and avoid overpaying.
Access the report to learn:
- The importance of assessing I&O desired maturity
- How to compare licensing and hosting platforms based on this maturity level
- Why I&O leaders should evaluate vendor’s strategies and stability
- How to evaluate ITSM tools based on their critical capabilities, customer references and more
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