Website usage terms and condition
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The purpose of this high level document is to outline how Vestel addresses IT Service Management as a whole and also to review some of the pervasive and underpinning procedures that are necessary to support integrated service management.
Who does this Policy apply to?
Managers, employees, third party vendors and all others who connect to or handle Vestel and Vestel’s client’s networks and data are responsible for reviewing this policy in concern with business, legal, and information technology staff to ensure that the policy meets legal requirements specific to the company and its data; and can be effectively carried out by Vestel’s employees.
If this Policy applies to you, then you MUST read the sections that apply to you (as defined in the Table of Contents) and make sure you understand them. If you need guidance speak to your people leader or the local compliance unit servicing your business area. This Policy applies to all information assets including but not limited to facilities, electronic data, intellectual property, and software and paper documents.
If international laws or regulations require more stringent requirements than stated in this policy, the internal policy created by Vestel will align as and when required.
- Ensure best practice processes are adopted and sustained for all services to meet the requirements of ISO/IEC 20000.
- Establish the service management policy, objectives and plans.
- Communicate the importance of meeting the service management objectives and the need for continual improvement.
- Ensure that customer requirements are determined and are met with the aim of improving customer satisfaction.
- Appoint a member of management responsible for the co-ordination and management of all services; this senior responsible owner should be accountable for the overall delivery of the service management plan.
- The senior responsible encompass resourcing for any continual or project based service improvement activities.
- The senior responsible owner is supported by a committee with sufficient authority to define policy and to enforce its decisions.
- Resources are determined and provided to plan, implement, monitor, review and improve service delivery and appropriate staff is recruited (turnover is managed)
- Risks to the service management and services are managed
- Reviews of service management are conducted, at planned intervals, to ensure continuing suitability, adequacy and effectiveness.
- Trust – no surprises
- High customer satisfaction feedback
- KPIs for the Supplier’s dedicated team and executives
- Vestel is a trusted advisor and key people provide input at client’s governance and planning meetings. Vestel acts proactively, having regard to the best client’s interests.
- Dedicated team
- Stable/sustained service delivery excellence
- Performance metrics in place under monitor performance relevant to client’s business. Ongoing continuous improvement including stretch targets on business service performance increasing annually (productivity improvement)
- Operational metrics reflect impact on the business
- Effective operational governance – governance structures in place and effective reporting executed. Escalation process effective.
- Effective Project performance. Effective RFS Process.
- Infrastructure Risks identified and managed.
- Set of common tools, processes, procedures and documents
- ITIL-based multi-source contracting – simple, clear and easily understood. SOW drafted for granular and separate bundles.
- Ongoing total-cost-of-ownership (TCO) improvements. Service integrator role defined – end-to-end (E2E) responsibilities clear.
- End-to-end (E2E) responsibilities clear.
- Granular pricing models with effective and accurate unit reporting.