Most businesses think they are doing alright when it comes to software integration. Yeah sure, they are a bit rough around the edges, but who’s integrations aren’t right? Wrong!
Juha Berghäll | 15.01.2019
Ilkka Puikkonen | 27.12.2018
During the SaaS revolution, people were buying, swapping and bouncing around tools constantly. Mostly because they could, and because the market was growing so quickly. But almost a decade on there are some incumbents in the market that really own the way digital marketing is done and HubSpot is certainly one of them. But the market is still growing and the amount of specialist tools becoming available to us is both brilliant and vast!
No more integration headaches!
Trying to integrate for example separate and different ITSM tools and processes has traditionally been a nightmare! Projects are complex, fuzzy and expensive resulting unreliable and almost unchangeable technological mess.
I must be getting older, as the years just seem to get shorter! But here I am, once again reflecting on a year of fascinating developments in the marketplace, making my speculations on what is next to come. ITIL 4™ (not sure where the Trademark goes yet!) is a big one on the horizon, which depending on which camp you’re in could change the game, or float on by without notice! But, there are also some big tech and consumer type trends, which I don’t believe we can afford to ignore. So here it is, my top five for...
You’re in a great position. You can see the IT function within your business for what it is, the value it creates for your customers and how it enables better work within the organisation.
Welcome to this instructional guide for IT pros who are trying to get all their internal and supplier service management tools talking to each other and sharing data. Fully integrated software and services sounds great in theory, but what does it look like in real life? We know IT has been tussling for decades to get this stuff right, so what’s changed?At ONEiO we meet IT teams all the time who are fiddling around with DIY batch files, scripts and scheduled tasks, in order somehow to automate the otherwise...
Many IT teams strive to deliver smoother and more enjoyable customer experiences as a part of their services. However, what does it mean to truly remove the technical and process complexity from end user interactions?
Juha Berghäll | 07.04.2016
Blog, integration, ITSM, SIAM
Service Integration and Management, SIAM, has hold ITSM crowd’s attention for a couple of years now and it is beginning to establish itself. Yet, it seems that there are as many explanations as there are explainers. That’s why, I’m not going to try to explain what SIAM means and how it should be implemented.