• By Tatiana Ulak
    • In News Item
    • Posted 2014-04-15 16:13:57

    Visit Hornbill on Stand 300 at the Service Desk & IT Support Show

    With just two weeks to go before the doors open for the Service Desk & IT Support Show (SITS13), Hornbill Service Management is getting ready for one of the most significant events in the ITSM calendar.

    Over 3000 visitors are expected through the doors at Earl's Court over the course of the two day show, making it the UK's largest event for the Service Desk and IT Support industry. The show is a 'must-visit' for anyone looking for innovative ITSM solutions and to increase their knowledge by attending the great range of educational seminars.


    Hornbill will be unveiling and demonstrating for the first time, it’s new, innovative collaborative Service Management solution – designed to engage teams, optimize operations and deliver better customer experiences.

    If you would like to avoid the queues, click here to pre-book your appointment for a demo on the Hornbill stand.


    Alongside the exhibition, there is also a jam-packed schedule of free seminars. Our very own Chief Evangelist Pat Bolger will be taking to the stage on:


    • Tuesday 29 April, 10:00, Theatre 1 - 'Reimaging the role of IT'




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