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  1. Anything from ITSM, focusing on ServiceNow to co-managed services on their service desk,
  2. When you tie that in with a good ITSM tool, you're really talking about the end user in
  3. other ITSM standards and methodologies that are out there?
  4. There's a lot of standards out there COBIT, PMI, ITIL of course, ITSM, SAFe, you name
  5. in terms of ITSM, we are taking out the old DDS components, Compaq in HP, to the current
  6. I've been a part of a lot of ITSM implementations over the years and the ones where we were
  7. Everybody on my team has been in the ecosystem since 2010 or 2011, so weve got the ITSM
  8. the skill set to drive better business value outside of just the traditional ITSM approach.
  9. the world in trying to curry favor with the ITSM customers that you have?
  10. There's so much of ITSM thats transferable to the business.
  11. of hairs within the ITSM community but thats basically our DevOps practice.
  12. That integration, as we've seen with folks, bringing in the DevOps and the ITSM piece
  13. Eracent providers full cradle to grave management ITSM solutions.
  14. On the other side of the world, there's what we call life cycle, which is your ITSM on
  15. Many organizations from an ITSM process have issues paying maintenance for Cisco routers
  16. was an ITSM System in combination with Azure Blueprints.
  17. the ITSM and ESM spaces right now?
  18. training for a lot of the technical stuff in ITSM?
  19. ITSM and development.
  20. 20% was operations, 19% ITSM and about 15% development, and the rest, you can add the