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An Introduction to ITIL® V3 Service Transition

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Service Transition will help your work operations become more cost effective as well as ensure your clientele’s loyalty by keeping them satisfied. So, if you want to learn the industry standards for Service Transition, enroll in an ITIL® V3 Service Transition training course.

ITIL V3 Service Transition (ST) is one of the modules in the ITIL V3 Intermediate Lifecycle Stream. During the Service Lifecycle, Service Transition will translate the designs created during the ITIL Service Design phase. Service Transition will also optimize changes to IT services so that businesses can tap into the benefits of their services and add more value for customers.

If you’re looking for the best instructors to teach you the material covered in ITIL V3 Service Transition, then make Ashford Global IT (AGIT) your choice. During the highly-interactive three-day course, you will explore the following topics:

  • Change Management
  • Project Management
  • Release and Deployment Management
  • Service Validation and Testing
  • Application Development and Customization
  • Service Asset and Configuration Management
  • Knowledge Management

However, before you sign up for the ITIL V3 Service Transition course, you need to fulfill one criterion: be the holder of the ITIL Foundation Certificate. If you don’t satisfy that prerequisite, take a few extra days to earn your ITIL V3 Foundation Certificate. AGIT also offers the ITIL V3 Foundation course as part of its ITIL training classes.

All of AGIT’s ITIL training courses are offered through open-enrollment classes.  However, if you prefer, you can elect to have AGIT’s skilled instructors visit your company to instruct your employees in the convenience of your own meeting rooms. Start learning how Service Transition can benefit your company today!

For more information on ITIL training, please get in touch with Ashford Global IT.

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Jon Francum

Jon is the Director of Training at Ashford Global IT.

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