ITIL V3 Service Strategy
ITIL Service Strategy
The objective of ITIL Service Strategy is to decide on a strategy to serve customers. Starting from an assessment of customer needs and the market place, the Service Strategy process determines which services the IT organization is to offer and what capabilities need to be developed. Its ultimate goal is to make the IT organization think and act in a strategic manner.
Part of: IT Service Management
Processes: ITIL Service Strategy
As per ITIL 2011, the following processes are part of the ITIL stage Service Strategy:
- Strategy Management for IT Services
- Process Objective: To assess the service provider's offerings, capabilities, competitors as well as current and potential market spaces in order to develop a strategy to serve customers. Once the strategy has been defined, Strategy Management for IT Services is also responsible for ensuring the implementation of the strategy.
- Service Portfolio Management
- Process Objective: To manage the service portfolio. Service Portfolio Management ensures that the service provider has the right mix of services to meet required business outcomes at an appropriate level of investment.
- Demand Management
- Process Objective: To understand, anticipate and influence customer demand for services. Demand Management works with Capacity Management to ensure that the service provider has sufficient capacity to meet the required demand.
- Financial Management for IT Services
- Process Objective: To manage the service provider's budgeting, accounting and charging requirements.
- Business Relationship Management
- Process Objective: To maintain a positive relationship with customers. Business Relationship Management identifies the needs of existing and potential customers and ensures that appropriate services are developed to meet those needs.
Additional Information on Service Strategy
Overview Service Strategy
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