IT leaders are faced every day with requests for more services along side the need to balance their budgets and justify their existence. In the constantly changing world of IT.
Are you ready to execute on the opportunities that arise? Do you know whether you are doing a good job of costing your services? Do you feel like you need an MBA to run IT as a business?
“What IT leaders need is a platform that allows them to accomplish transparency, based on a services orientation, to be able to align with business demand and priorities and to do some supply chain management,” says Dan Trevino.
- Every IT executive is acquainted with the concept of running IT as a business, rather than just a service… But what are we missing here?
- Where is a good place to start with this transformation?
- How does a service catalog come into play?
- Do you need an MBA to run IT as a business?
Join us as we talk with Dan Trevino to hear some straight talk about running IT as a business.
Dan Trevino is a Senior Product Marketing Manager supporting the IT Business Management initiative at BMC Software. Trevino focuses on the go to market strategy of IT Business Management solutions, including their integration across all aspects of BMC Software. Other responsibilities include marketing plan development, event execution and field enablement for those solutions.
His previous roles at BMC include providing marketing support for the BMC Cloud initiative and helping to lead the research and design of the IT Governance, Risk, and Compliance (ITGRC) solutions built upon BSM capabilities. Dan’s IT career spans five decades and his knowledge of IT solution design and process engineering are key factors in his role providing marketing and sales support.