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Webcast: Is it Possible to Have Too Many Tools? Featuring George Spalding of Pink Elephant

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We’re not talking garden tools or carpentry tools or mechanic’s tools, we are talking ITSM Tools. And the answer is a resounding YES! ...

We’re not talking garden tools or carpentry tools or mechanic’s tools, we are talking ITSM Tools. And the answer is a resounding YES!

Wait a Minute! Is this a webinar, sponsored by a tool vendor, telling me that I should not buy every tool that comes down the pike? Another resounding YES!

Pink Elephant and Nimsoft each have direct (and repeated) experience indicating that most organizations have NO Enterprise-wide strategy governing the acquisition, support, management and retirement of the tools used to run IT. Nearly every tool in the IT inventory is recommended, funded, acquired, and managed by a single technical silo…without the slightest nod to any other department, group or technical function. Unquestionably, the largest undiscovered source of IT operational savings is the elimination of redundant or vastly underutilized toolsets. Acquiring the right tools at the right time for the right reasons is the answer.

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