Approach to implementing FITS

Approach to implementing FITS

In our experience, ICT technical support departments have little free time to spend on implementing processes and procedures because day-to-day activities are unpredictable and must take priority.

Our aim is to help you begin to remove some of the unpredictability by introducing best-practice processes in small steps and so begin to realise the benefits as quickly as possible with the minimum impact on your normal activities.

Each section takes a standard approach:

Cyclic implementation

Standard format for each process

It is also important to remember that there are some key success factors when attempting to implement processes like these:

Critical success factors

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