Dear CA Service Management Community Member,
With so much going on in the Service Management Community I have consolidated recent activities in case you missed anything.
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The CA IT Asset Manager Customer Feedback Survey – Please respond
Our CA IT Asset Manager customers are some of the most loyal and passionate customers we have across the entire CA Technologies family. Your participation in the future of CA IT Asset Manager is what makes this product so special, and it’s a partnership we take very seriously. Your feedback and ideas help us maximize your investment with CA Technologies and take us to even higher levels of quality, customer experience, satisfaction and value.
That’s why I encourage you to let your voice be heard and take the brief CA IT Asset Manager Customer Feedback survey. Your feedback will be key in helping us understand what is or isn’t working. The CA IT Asset Manager leadership team will review in detail the overall results, and will build out action plans based on your feedback to further improve the overall experience and value you receive from your investment with us.
Click http://survey.medallia.com/?product-communities&product=CA%20IT%20Asset%20Manager to take the brief survey, which should take no more than 2-3 minutes to complete.
We're hosting a Twitter chat Tuesday, June 16th on THE POWER OF COMMUNITY!
Let's talk about how our community impacts our daily lives both professionally and personally.
June 16 at 11am EDT (8am PDT, 4pm GMT+1)
Are you new to the communities? Or maybe you could use a refresher on some of the site's features?
If so, please join us for our monthly New Member Webcast on Thursday, June 25th at 11am ET, which will include an overview of the system, a brief demo, and a Q&A session. We want you to get the most out of the CA Communities, so we're holding these webcasts monthly to help!
Rob Stroud, CA Technologies
IT Service Management (ITSM) has focused on how to manage incidents quickly and effectively and generally speaking, we have become more operationally efficient in these areas, but what we did not foresee was the change in our users. They are comfortable searching for information online and communicating directly through social media – and they might be using tablets and mobile phones to do it. So how does your IT organization adjust especially if your ITSM technology stack is built for traditional communication? Watch this webcast to learn the steps you can take to introduce new strategies and technology that will help you meet the needs of your modern users. See how these practical steps can help you to improve your customer satisfaction, adoption, and service management cost structure.
Once a month we'll shine our virtual spotlight on one of the CA Service Management community's members. It's just a fun, easy way for us to get to know one another a little bit beyond our work-related interactions here on the site. This month, we're featuring Raghu Rudraraju, Principal Support Engineer, CA Technologies.
Thank you Raghu for all your contributions to the community!
Tips and Helpful Information
Top 10 Ideas
right click copy/paste87DELIVERED
Personalize views69UNDER REVIEW
Development to QA to Production Promotion Utility64CURRENTLY PLANNED
Multiple file upload53DELIVERED
Easily Convert Incident to Request, and vice versa.50NOT PLANNED
Ability to migrate web forms (htmpl) from one release to another49CURRENTLY PLANNED
Attachments on Configuration Items47DELIVERED
That's it for now folks but I'm sure there will be a lot more soon! Take a moment to get in on the CA Service Management discussions and make your voice heard!
Community Manager, IT Business Management