Service Level Agreement Book

This classic book contains the key to creating lasting, satisfying, and profitable relationships between customer and vendor with service level agreements. It shows how services and deliveries, both internal and external, can be coordinated to achieve the company`s vision, mission, goals, critical success factors and KPIs. “While a contract regulates the legal and commercial aspects of service provision, it cannot effectively regulate the day-to-day provision of quality of service – and contracts are not relevant to internal service providers. Happy Holidays – Our $/£/€30 gift card only for you, and the books are delivered for free! Go shopping! Andrew Hiles is a Fellow of the Business Continuity Institute and a Fellow of the British Computer Society. Andrew was the founding chairman of the influential European Information Market (EURIM), which helps the UK Parliament`s all-party EURIM group manage EU legislation. His first book on service level management was published in 1991; his second book in 1993. He contributed to Croner`s Guide to IT Purchasing. Its SLA software FRAMEWORK┢ has been purchased by leading international companies. An SLA is an agreement formally negotiated between two parties. It is a contract that exists between customers and their provider, customers or between service providers. It records the common understanding of services, priorities, responsibilities, warranty, etc., together the level of service. He has published more than 300 articles on service management and is the author of two other books on service level agreements. We take services for granted – or at least sooner: personal; accounts; purchases; operations; legal; restoration; training; stands; Facility management; cleaning; Secretariat; engineering; Public relations — all of this, and more, can be part of our business infrastructure.

In this book, you can outline availability levels, service capacity, performance, operation, or other attributes of the service such as billing, and even penalties for SLA violations. . . .