Posted by: Margaret Rouse
|“As a service catalog is created, the CIO can start to see where the organization has redundancies, or if there are high-cost services with low demand that can be outsourced at a lower cost.” – Craig Symons|
Today’s WhatIs.com Word of the Day is IT service catalog. An IT service catalog contains information about deliverables, prices, contact points and processes for requesting a service. Typically a catalog will have two views, a customer-facing view in which services are explained in plain English — and a technical view that documents exactly what is required to deliver each service in the catalog.