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Published By: LogMeIn     Published Date: Mar 19, 2015
Many organizations are making fundamental changes to their organizational structures, delivery models are changing, support organizations are adding new capabilities, and mission statements are changing at breakneck speed. Our support organizations are adding new services, taking on new roles and responsibilities, engaging in different ways with their customers, and consolidating many operational functions to create a scalable delivery model that is focused on customer success and outcomes within a cost structure that meets the company’s revenue, cost, and margin goals. This report will explore some of these issues, and how support organizations can make the shift needed to meet their customers' needs.
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delivery models, customer support, support services, service offerings
    
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Published By: NetApp     Published Date: Sep 29, 2014
California is the world’s eighth-largest economy, and its IT challenges exceed those of many national governments. That was particularly true during the budget crisis that began in 2008. In the face of severe budget cutbacks, state agencies needed to radically change the way they operated to keep meeting their missions to serve citizens. The State of California sets a new standard for IT with Shared Services. Learn how the California Natural Resources Agency harnessed the power of cloud computing to reduce IT capital costs by 42% and speed up service delivery by 70%.
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it challenges, it standard, it capital costs, speed up service deliver, shared services
    
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Published By: Motorola Solutions     Published Date: Aug 14, 2019
We live in a data-driven world where businesses increasingly expect data to flood through their networks at optimum speeds to do their jobs better, smarter, and faster. Today, 75% of the workplace is said to be the millennial generation(1), and many believe that millennial workers are addicted to the “instant gratification” phenomenon. This is a generation that grew up with texting, instant messaging, social media, and more, all at their service to deliver conversations and information in an instant. As the speed of our data-driven world continues to increase, so are the expectations of workers whose jobs rely on instant data-driven communications.
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