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It is now possible to reactivate an expired SLA, first line support agreement or contract. This makes it possible to temporarily expire an agreement, or to activate a contract again after its status was accidentally set to ‘Expired’.
Cor is the CEO and co-founder of 4me. He started his career in the service management industry in 1996 helping to set up the global consulting organization for, what later became, HP OpenView Service Desk. As a consultant, Cor has assisted many large enterprises over the years with their global ITSM deployments. These include Procter & Gamble, Philip Morris and Roche.
4me allows an organization’s internal and external service providers to collaborate seamlessly, while the level of service that each party provides is tracked in real time. The unique features that 4me provides for Service Integration and Management (SIAM) dramatically improve the success of selective outsourcing.
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