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Jeff Rumburg presented The Role of IT Leadership in Service and Support at the June HDI San Diego chapter meeting.

As the gateway to IT for most end users, service and support is the biggest driver of customer satisfaction and can generate a tremendous return on investment. IT leaders and managers who ignore these facts do so at their own peril, for the simple truth is this: the success and longevity of an IT management team are directly tied to the success of service and support. In this session, Jeff Rumburg will use benchmarking data and case studies to demonstrate the untapped value of all service and support organizations. Below you will find several resources that accompany the presentation. Additionally, links to resources Jeff referenced during the meeting are as follows:

Balanced Scorecard Builder

Sample Agent Job Satisfaction Surveys

[vc_hoverbox image=”48226″ primary_title=”” hover_title=”The ROI of Benchmarking” hover_btn_title=”Download Now” hover_btn_color=”success” hover_btn_i_icon_fontawesome=”fa fa-download” hover_add_button=”true” hover_btn_add_icon=”true” hover_btn_link=”|||”]Like any good business decision, benchmarking should be undertaken with the expectation that it will produce a positive ROI. Thankfully, it is relatively easy to make the business case for benchmarking, and as a veteran of more than 4,000 IT service and support benchmarks, I have plenty of data to back that claim up. The ROI of benchmarking includes both hard benefits, such as cost savings and improved user productivity, as well as soft benefits such as improved customer satisfaction.[/vc_hoverbox]
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