IT Service Management (or ITSM) refers to all the processes and activities IT teams put in place to optimize the delivery of information technology (IT) services to customers. This includes the design, implementation, maintenance, and continual improvement of IT services throughout their lifecycles.
ITSM is focused on driving maximum business value from information technologies and seeks to align IT processes and services with the overall needs of the business.
There is often some confusion about the difference between ITSM and ITIL. These two terms are sometimes used interchangeably, when in fact they are not the same.
While IT Service Management (ITSM) refers to all the processes an organization puts in place to manage and deliver IT services to its customers, ITIL (or The IT Infrastructure Library) is the framework or set of best practices that guides the delivery of IT services.
ITIL is the most widely adopted standard in ITSM, but there are also other frameworks that align with IT Service Management. These include:
Alemba adheres to best practices as outlined in the ITIL 4 framework, and Alemba Service Manager is a PinkVERIFY™ Certified ITSM toolset.
There are many benefits of implementing ITSM processes in your organization, including:
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Alemba is pleased to announce that Alemba Service Manager has been highlighted as ‘outperformer’ in the highly regarded GigaOm Radar Report for IT Service Management (ITSM) for 2023.
IT Service Management (ITSM) tools are vital in today's rapidly evolving technological landscape. Businesses rely heavily on their IT infrastructure to drive operations, deliver services, and maintain a competitive edge. A well-configured ITSM tool plays a critical role in ensuring the effective and efficient delivery of IT services to meet business needs and align with organisational goals.