A View From The Frontline

Posted on Monday 16 December 2019.

Thought Leadership and Industry Analysis – “A View From The Frontline”

 

In this unique SDI industry insight report, you will find results and benchmarks from hundreds of service desks across the globe. SDI is in the privileged position of being a community hub for IT service professionals  and this enabled us to survey the global community and take a snapshot of the industry.

This report looks at what service desks benefit from – and struggle with – in terms of their ITSM tools, their vendors, and their innovation and transformation.

The the data trends from this series of reports – it also ran in 2015 and 2017 – highlights that Digital Transformation is at the forefront of the minds of many organisations. With access to innovative technologies now at the fingertips of many service desk professionals, the research shows that the industry has undoubtedly developed exponentially over the last few years.

The key findings of this report show that service desk focus points are centred around technologies like self-service, automation, AI, chatbots, and so on. Other topics like Enterprise Service Management (ESM), methodologies and frameworks, and reporting functionalities also proving to be pertinent for service desk professionals in 2019.

Focus on automation

75% of service desks indicate that automation is at the top of their priority list over the next 12 months

43% of service desks are keen to see improvements and innovations in the automation capabilities of their ITSM tool over the next year

Download the report for free here >>

 

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