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Business Service Management

By Michael Rosemann, Erwin Fielt, Thomas Kohlborn and Axel Korthaus

Abstract

Business Service Management describes the emerging discipline dedicated to the IT-enabled management of services as corporate assets. Business Service Management deals with the service orientation of the organisation and the provisioning and use of business services. The term business service describes an autonomous transformational capability that is offered to and consumed by external or internal customers for their benefit. The prefix ‘business’ stresses that such a service has a market value, requires the ability to be managed internally as a corporate asset and that its implementation is technology-agnostic. While business services (or so called capabilities) have attracted the attention of many vendors and organisations, a lack of understanding of the activities required for the successful management of such business services remains a critical issue. In order to fill this gap, a framework consisting of Service Lifecycle Management, Service Value Management, Service Relationship Management and Service Enablement is proposed. This Framework has the potential to provide organisations with the much needed guidance in their attempts to convert current IT-driven service initiatives into successful service-centric business models

Topics: 080600 INFORMATION SYSTEMS, Service Management, Service, Business Service, Software Service, Web Service, Service Portfolio
Year: 2009
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.qut.edu.au:26620

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