Axios Systems, the global leader in IT service and asset management software, will present the future of IT service at next month’s ITAMOrg conference in London.
Ian Moyse, UK Sales Director at Axios, will lead the session for more than 300 senior IT executives at Olympia Conference Centre on Thursday, 9th of June, at 3pm. He will challenge leaders to transform their customer experience by combining IT asset and service management systems.
The conference highlights the evolutionary role of IT from configuring assets and refining processes to driving transformational business change via a true service experience. Research reveals that more than 44 percent of CIOs are focused on delivering a seamless service and integrated user experience.
The event runs alongside the UK’s leading conference for ITSM professionals, SITS16, and will include keynote speakers from industry experts and more than 27 sessions from Thursday, 9th of June, to Friday, 10th of June.
Tasos Symeonides, CEO at Axios Systems, said: “We have led the market for more than 25 years by repeatedly delivering innovative firsts. Only days ago we became the first IT vendor in the world to achieve accreditation for all 16 ITIL processes. It is our duty to innovate and lead the transformation in the industry.
“Accreditation for ITAM, the 16th process, makes us the only vendor accredited for IT asset management integrated with an enterprise IT service management solution. This technology is essential for enterprises seeking transformational improvements.”
assyst ITAM Suite allows the user to manage the full lifecycle of assets, services and support events in one integrated application. Through information-sharing between ITAM and ITSM processes, assyst optimises cost and performance benefits in both key IT areas.
As a network discovery and inventory tool, assyst ITAM Suite helps administer critical, time-consuming and routine tasks from one intuitive user interface. It also lowers costs, standardises and optimises infrastructure, and minimises operational risks.