PM Solutions Australia provides IT service management assurance services, based on the AXELOS owned ITIL® framework, widely recognised as the industry standard and best practice for IT service management.
Our ITSM assurance services utilise AXELOS approved ITIL® methods, focusing on providing independent assurance and comprehensive evaluation reporting, across four key design areas and applying nine principal navigators to those design areas for IT service management. The output is a simple assurance evaluation of the current state of an organisation’s service management maturity, with recommendations to uplift maturity or improve the current service management practices.
ITSM assurance (via ITIL®) provides a robust framework for identifying, planning, delivering and supporting IT services that can be adapted and applied to all business and organisational environments. Our ITSM assurance reviews cover the entire service lifecycle from the identification of requirements from the business and then IT, to designing and embedding a solution and to maintaining the new service through continuous review and improvement. Successfully adopting ITIL® can assist organisations improve services by providing ways of helping it manage business risk and service disruption or failure, whilst improving and developing positive relationships with their customers by delivering efficient services that meet their needs, establishing cost-effective systems for managing demand for services, and importantly, supporting business change whilst maintaining a stable service environments.
We apply AXELOS approved ITIL® methods and tools, focusing on providing independent assurance and comprehensive evaluation reporting, across four key design areas and applying nine principal navigators to those design areas. The output is a simple assurance evaluation of the current state of an organisation’s service management maturity, with recommendations to uplift maturity or improve the current service management practices.
We apply a common set of ITIL® principles when providing assurance services to IT Service Management models and operations, which include:
Based on AXELOS ITIL® methodology, we look at key service elements when undertaking assurance services for existing or new IT Service Management models, providing business, information and technology owners with the confidence that their models and operations are evaluated against global best practices. These key evaluation elements include:
We are the first Accredited Partner for the world’s first true Agile digital assurance method. The ANZ Agile Digital Assurance® has been designed to assist government agencies, departments and organisations with the successful delivery of Agile digital projects. It aims to provide independent, timely assurance to assist the Product Owner or Senior Responsible Official/ Owner (SRO), who is the person responsible for the delivery of the Agile project products and overall outcomes, so as to apply improved oversight and governance of the Agile project. It examines Agile projects at key decision points during initiation, discovery, deployment, and post project operations.Learn more
Our ANZ Gateway Assurance® reviews are conducted and aligned to the Global Digital Assurance® methods, models, materials and guides, ensuring that our review leaders and teams deliver assurance under the world’s leading assurance method. The ANZ Gateway Assurance® assists government agencies and organisations with the successful delivery of a program or projects. We are the first Accredited Partner for the ANZ Gateway Assurance® method, practices and models. ANZ Gateway Assurance® is the global standard for professional assurance accreditation, specifically designed for organisations in the global digital economy, which is recognised by the Australian Commonwealth, State Governments, peak industry associations and world leading service delivery organisations.Learn more
A Health Check review is a snapshot of the status of a program, or a single project, in order to identify what is going well and what areas need improvement or could benefits from remedial actions. Commonly conducted over 3-5 days. The sole purpose of a Health Check is to gain a 100% independent assessment of how well the program or project is performing in accordance with its objectives, and how well it adheres to organisational processes, policies or standards. A pro-active Health Check ensures the project begins and runs as efficiently as possible, whilst a reactive Health Check can set an over-budget or late project back-on-track.Learn more
Find out how PM Solutions Australia can improve your IT Service Management – keeping customers happy while improving the management of technology services.