SIAM: Principles and Practices for Service Integration and Management
The increasing complexity of the IT value chain and the rise of multi-vendor supplier ecosystems has led to the rise of Service Integration and Management (SIAM) as a new approach. Service Integration is the set of principles and practices, which facilitate the collaborative working relationships between service providers required to maximize the benefit of multi-sourcing. Service integration facilitates the linkage of services, the technology of which they are comprised and the delivery organizations and processes used to operate them, into a single operating model.
SIAM is a relatively new and fast evolving concept. SIAM teams are being established in many organizations and in many different sectors, as part of a strategy for (out)sourcing IT services and other types of service.
This is the first book that describes the concepts of SIAM. It is intended for: ITSM professionals working in integrated multi-sourced environments; Service customer managers, with a responsibility to secure the business supply of IT services in a multi-sourced environment; Service provider delivery managers with a responsibility to integrate multiple services to meet the demands of the customers business and users; Service provider managers with responsibilities to manage integrated services, participating in a multi-sourced environment.
|Publish Date||Nov 23, 2015|
|Author||Dave Armes, Peter McKenzie, Peter Wiggers, Niklas Engelhart|