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Wrong Eveline Oehrlich?

Eveline Hubbert Oehrlich

Vice President and Research Director

Forrester Research , Inc.

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Forrester (Nasdaq: FORR) is one of the most influential research and advisory firms in the world. We work with business and technology leaders to develop customer-obsessed strategies that drive growth. Forrester's unique insights are grounded in annual surveys...more

Background Information

Employment History

Maxence Nhouyvanisvong Information Technology Solutions Architect In Service Management

Sanofi-Aventis SA


Affiliations

HDIS Inc

Strategic Advisory Board Member


Education

MS

computer information systems

Colorado State University


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service management | Forrester Blogs

blogs.forrester.com [cached]

Posted by Eveline Oehrlich on the Infrastructure & Operations Professionals Blog on November 4, 2016
Eveline Oehrlich Posted by Eveline Oehrlich on the Infrastructure & Operations Professionals Blog on November 20, 2013 Eveline Oehrlich Engaging All Service Engineering Folks: Help Forrester Define "Service Engineering" As A New Role Within Infrastructure & Operations (Or Beyond)!


Why Service Management?

www.businessservicemanagementhub.com [cached]

Last week I had the opportunity to listen to my good friend Eveline Oehrlich of Forresterpresent Reboot Service Managementas hosted by ITSM Academy, confirming many of the discussion points from my previous post and had me thinking about my next series of posts.
The IT is being dropped by more and more folks in the industry and ITIL is being discussed less and less due to negative feelings surrounding it. Business has reached the point of frustration hearing too much about IT, technology silos and processes at the same time the market has opened up with new buying options removing the perceived lack of competion IT has enjoyed for so long. I initially was going to start this series with Why Business Service Management, however, after last week's discussion led by Eveline, I also agree, to shed the IT and business delineations of the past.


Availability « Business Service Management Hub

www.businessservicemanagementhub.com [cached]

Last week I had the opportunity to listen to my good friend Eveline Oehrlich of Forresterpresent Reboot Service Managementas hosted by ITSM Academy, confirming many of the discussion points from my previous post and had me thinking about my next series of posts.
The IT is being dropped by more and more folks in the industry and ITIL is being discussed less and less due to negative feelings surrounding it. Business has reached the point of frustration hearing too much about IT, technology silos and processes at the same time the market has opened up with new buying options removing the perceived lack of competion IT has enjoyed for so long. I initially was going to start this series with Why Business Service Management, however, after last week's discussion led by Eveline, I also agree, to shed the IT and business delineations of the past.


IT Management Tools « Business Service Management Hub

www.businessservicemanagementhub.com [cached]

Last week I had the opportunity to listen to my good friend Eveline Oehrlich of Forresterpresent Reboot Service Managementas hosted by ITSM Academy, confirming many of the discussion points from my previous post and had me thinking about my next series of posts.
The IT is being dropped by more and more folks in the industry and ITIL is being discussed less and less due to negative feelings surrounding it. Business has reached the point of frustration hearing too much about IT, technology silos and processes at the same time the market has opened up with new buying options removing the perceived lack of competion IT has enjoyed for so long. I initially was going to start this series with Why Business Service Management, however, after last week's discussion led by Eveline, I also agree, to shed the IT and business delineations of the past.


Transformation « Business Service Management Hub

www.businessservicemanagementhub.com [cached]

Last week I had the opportunity to listen to my good friend Eveline Oehrlich of Forresterpresent Reboot Service Managementas hosted by ITSM Academy, confirming many of the discussion points from my previous post and had me thinking about my next series of posts.
The IT is being dropped by more and more folks in the industry and ITIL is being discussed less and less due to negative feelings surrounding it. Business has reached the point of frustration hearing too much about IT, technology silos and processes at the same time the market has opened up with new buying options removing the perceived lack of competion IT has enjoyed for so long. I initially was going to start this series with Why Business Service Management, however, after last week's discussion led by Eveline, I also agree,


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