UPDATE! The community will be go into read-only on April 19, 8am Pacific in preparation for migration on April 21. Read more.
UPDATE! The community will be go into read-only on April 19, 8am Pacific in preparation for migration on April 21.Read more.

Are you using Service Manager?

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I’ll assume since you’re reading this that the answer is yes. I’ll also assume that at some point, if not regularly, you evaluating whether it is meeting all your needs. The demand on IT is always changing and growing. If your solution is agile and resilient, you can meet it head on. And there’s nothing like a global pandemic to put business systems to the test and force you to evaluate what your priorities are and your ability to respond to change. So perhaps now is time to take advantage of modern service management capabilities. Perhaps now is the time to consider SMAX.

SMAX was built for Service Manager customers and we’re hosting a webinar to show what you can achieve when you evolve to SMAX and how Micro Focus can support you along the way.

Hope to see you there,

Tonya

 

WEBINAR

Evolving to SMAX: A Webinar for Service Manager Customers

28 April 2021

8:00 a.m. PDT | 5:00 p.m. CEST

Join me in this session where you will hear from SMAX product experts and industry peers to learn about:

  • Options for Service Manager customers considering a move to SMAX
  • Making the business case for the move to SMAX
  • Implementation and project best practices based on real world examples
  • Customer stories from those who’ve moved to SMAX

Register here

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