Many healthcare providers have started to turn to third-party IT service management providers like Aptris to overcome the modern challenges of medical technology deployments. Executives in the healthcare sector have been faced with highly complex and relentlessly novel challenges in the past several years, especially resulting from the progression of regulatory compliance and advancements in medical technology. While decisionmakers have likely been involved in the process of overcoming these challenges, the Service Desk and average IT department in a healthcare …
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Higher Education Sector’s Service Management Transformation Organizations in virtually every industry have been challenged by a perpetual proliferation of new technologies and evolving consumer demands. In higher education, administrators have had to be exceptionally swift in their management of new services and IT environments, especially given the increasing volumes of enrollments across the nation. Whereas certain universities might approach novel IT as a challenge, disruption or threat, others are taking a proactive and advantageous view of the technology. The latter, …
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About Aptris: With the joining of Ticomix and Anton Systems in March of 2013, Aptris brings together more than 16 years of experience in process consulting, training and implementation of leading ITSM solutions such as ServiceNow. Aptris has helped 400+ clients raise the bar for world-class Service Management solutions, delivering smarter processes and smarter tools.
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