Service (Business)

Business ServiceMarlin is the preeminent provider of credit products and services to small businesses nationwide, delivering exceptional value and service to our customers, creating a rewarding environment for our employees and generating superior returns for our shareholders. As one of the leading business process services companies, it is this very ethos that we strive to live up to, each day at Conneqt Business Solutions. The world is changing at a pace never seen before. Today, technology delights us as much as it confounds us. Innovative products amaze us as much as they frustrate us. The ever-increasing range and nature of services add value to our lives as much as they are challenging to manage and stay up-to-date with.

As information technology in organizations grew more complex, it became evident there was a need for a more elaborated way to manage it. With the evolution of it capabilities from exotic additions in an otherwise human based process to full blown services available on demand as the organization requires, the challenge for effective it management has become to align technical capabilities with business goals and strategies. The purpose of this research is to go over the different paradigms focused on managing IT services based on business objectives. We first present a baseline concept of some relevant terms such business service and business service management, to ease the overview of several frameworks. We then describe one direction to which current research in the field is heading and finally we present a set of criteria we use to evaluate and compare all the considered frameworks and find their weaknesses and strengths.

Online customers are more likely to buy when they see high quality and detailed photographs of the products. A professionally made digital catalog with high quality photography, use of professional models and image editing that showcases your products in the best light can help increase sales by as much as 25%.

A simple way to think about the power of service models in relation to rapid problem isolation is that they reduce mean-time-to-know to zero. No more need for accusations flying in hastily arranged war-room meetings. With an accurate and always up-to-date service model, it is easy for an operations manager to assign work by service criticality – or, perhaps according to the service bringing in the most revenue.

Service assets consist of utility and warranty. Utility is the service itself, provided by a combination of people, processes, and technology. Warranty is the assurance that the utility will perform to an expected level. With insight into the business impact of services, you can weight the value of service assets based on their business impact. As a result, they help you prioritize actions and make other important decisions based on the weighted business value of the service assets involved.