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Optimizing headcount is a common challenge in most support groups. In fact, MetricNet has found that the vast majority of service and support organizations are either under-staffed or over-staffed, and each comes with its own set of problems.
Is Your Support Organization Right-Sized?
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Desktop support has evolved dramatically in recent years. From virtualization and remote desktop control, to the rise of SWAT teams and staff augmentation, most desktop support organizations bear no resemblance to their predecessors. In this webcast, you’ll receive industry data that illustrates key trends in desktop support. Jeff Rumburg will reveal the underlying drivers of these trends and their implications for the future of desktop support, including what today’s KPIs tell us about the future, the impact on people, process, and technology, and how to position desktop support for future success.
The ROI of Benchmarking

The ROI of Benchmarking Return on Investment (ROI) is one of the most common and important measures of financial performance in the business world. It is the ultimate measure of success for any business. Most companies, business units, and departments track ROI on an ongoing basis, and use this metric not only to make intelligent business decisions, but to justify their very existence.

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.. Learn MorePlace article copy here. Be sure to make the articles short and concise as people tend not to read much more than a couple of paragraphs.

The ROI of Benchmarking

The ROI of Benchmarking Return on Investment (ROI) is one of the most common and important measures of financial performance in the business world. It is the ultimate measure of success for any business. Most companies, business units, and departments track ROI on an ongoing basis, and use this metric not only to make intelligent business decisions, but to justify their very existence.

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.