Rapid technological advancements, growing competition and increased customer expectations have made a marketer’s job tougher than ever before. The Services Directive allows business service providers to more easily establish in another EU country or provide services across borders. This Directive covers a large number of business services but there are exceptions such as private security services, temporary work agency services and notarial services.
Customers depend on your service catalog to request or access the IT services they need to be successful. Digital Workplace helps you avoid catalog sprawl by aggregating hardware, software, and services from multiple cloud-based and on-premises sources, turning your service catalog into a modern service app store.
Next, defining the business service requires mapping, which involves building the associations for an application and the underlying components supporting that application. The mapping process results in an illustration which shows the connections between the application and the components including switches, routers, database servers, web servers, application servers, etc.
Customers today want the convenience of online shopping, and e-commerce helps them reach all corners of the country via the internet. Now is the time for small and medium businesses (SMBs) to take advantage of the digital economy and sell to a much larger set of customers all across India.
Repeating last year’s very successful event, CIPS-Switzerland is teaming up with the Technologie Forum Zug and the Economic Promotion team of the Kanton Zug for this special Procurement & Supply Chain (P&SC) event. Speakers include leaders from companies with regional or global headquarters in the Canton around the theme of Going Digital, flowdays took place with a booth to represent the disruptive approach lean-agile procurement.