Yes, TIPA can help you become a “TIPA Assessor for ITIL” or a “TIPA Lead Assessor” and you can pursue it as a career. Service Stack can also help you by Improving your IT Processes / ITIL Processes by using TIPA Framework. Please connect with us on email@example.com to know more. Service Stack Technologies help organisations who are in need of an objective and repeatable approach for assessing processes and a well- structured improvement path to follow.
How does your business create an objective basis for decision on improvement?
Your project portfolio is probably full of requirements for new technology but on the other hand also including a lot of suggested projects focusing on improvements. Improvements to existing IT services are therefore a balance between:
1)The necessity to implement the improvement
2)The likelihood of achieving success with as little resource as possible, saving resources for new technology.
TIPA provides an objective assessment of your process capabilities and an improvement catalog listing the suggested improvements that will enable your organisation to reach the targets and best support the business strategies. TIPA gives the means to target your development and improvement efforts, allowing you to use your resources optimally.
ASSESS & IMPROVE
TIPA allows you to assess and improve processes based on current plans and needs and thereby ensure an objective
and focused effort. It contains standardised methods of independent and accurate assessment of processes and holds the option of obtaining independent recommendations for actual improvements.
TIPA is a methodology based on ITIL and ISO, and therefore does not rely on a specific supplier or Tool
Instead, TIPA ensures that all of your processes are weighed and measured within the same scope. Furthermore, using TIPA, your business will be able to rate suppliers and partners and to benchmark objectively to competition
within your segment of the industry.
PLAN FOR OPTIMAL RESULTS
Any process is shaped by the IT services and the operating reality of a given business. This is all subject to changes in technology, organisational structure, as well as business plans and goals.
External conditions such as legislative changes, shifts in consumer patterns, or increased competition will also have an impact on a business and the way processes in the organisation are implemented.
No matter the reason for change in the business, IT services and underlying processes must change accordingly to align with business and to help business maintain and develop its ability to stay competitive & adaptive. The base of IT services and the affiliated processes should be a plan that considers the complexity and strategic value of any one element within. Aligning this with the overall goals and needs of the business is paramount, and an assessment with TIPA is a solid foundation for the crafting of such a plan.
BENEFITS | Adopt TIPA in your Consulting Services:
PROTECT YOUR INVESTMENT
Investing in the continual development and optimisation of the processes in IT service management ensures that a business is working towards greater efficiency and profitability always. A TIPA assessment is part of a carefully constructed financial plan and business strategy, it is undertaken following a method and a process containing specific recommendations as well as measurable results that are easily replicated.
ENSURING UNIFORM RESULTS
TIPA contains standardised methods of independent and accurate assessment of IT processes. It is repeatable, objective and vendor neutral. A TIPA Assessment is carried out by certified Assessors and Lead Assessors. It allows benchmarking with other organisations within a business segment.
TIPA for ITIL is an opportunity to continually assess maturity of processes and give recommendations for improvement based on business value. TIPA for ITIL is the only ISO-based process assessment method developed specifically for the world’s most recognised framework for IT Service Management.
TIPA is developed by the Luxembourg Institute for Science and Technology (LIST) and is based on the ISO/IEC 15504-33000 (Process Assessment) and ISO/IEC 20000(ITSM Quality Standard) standards.