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PostPosted: Wed Oct 22, 2008 1:11 am    Post subject: ITSM Release Management positions Reply with quote

Hello,
My name is Chris De Leo and I'm a recruiter with Bernard Nickels and Associates. I have several ITSM Release Management positions across the country and can use several resources for these projects. Please see below for details and email chris@b-nsearch.com of interested. Thanks.

Project description: This is an ITSM Release Management improvement program with the goal to decrease risk, decrease cost, improve quality and improve timing. This program will design, build, and activate an integrated solution using BP4SM for both process and tool implementation, which includes: Release Mgmt., Change Mgmt., Configuration Mgmt., and Service Level Mgmt.

Automation of these processes will be enabled by the implementation of Service Manager, uCMDD, DDM, and Release Control.



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Language : English

Request data:

Description : Service Manager v7 Tools Architect for 30 week delivery in OH.

Required Skills : See Requested Profile

Delivery Entity/Place : Cleveland, OH

Project Status : Delivery

Start Date : 10/27/2008

End Date : 06/05/2009



Detailed description: Consultant Role/Responsibilities on Engagement:



Service Manger ver. 7 Tools Architect
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