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

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


    April 16th, 2013 -- 23 & 24 April, Earl's Court, London

    With just one week to go before the doors open for the Service Desk & IT Support Show (SITS13), Hornbill Team 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 .

    As in previous years, Hornbill will have a major presence at the show, with one of the largest stands and a range of on-stand activities including: hourly presentations, expert demos and competitions to win some fantastic prizes, including iPad Minis and Nikon cameras.

    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 23 April, 10:50, Theatre 1


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    'Are you running IT or is IT running you?  If ITSM is working, why do people bypass corporate IT?'

    • Wednesday 24 April, 13:30, Keynote Theatre


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    'Who's murdering ITIL?' - Panel debate with Jeff Brooks and Ian Head from Gartner

    To find out more about the event, click here to visit our virtual stand.

    We have a limited number of VIP passes available for the show.  Email lucy.mears@hornbill.comfor more information.

    We hope to see you at the show.
     

     

    About Hornbill


    Hornbill's IT Service Management solutions empower Service Delivery Teams to deliver truly customer-centric service and drive greater operational efficiency, enabling them to increase customer satisfaction and do more with the same resources.

    Supportworks applications can be deployed as a cloud-based solution using myservicedesk.com or On-Premise. Ease of use for both service desk analysts and business users ensures customers are able to quickly deliver business value through rapid deployment and adoption of Self-Service, automation, proactive problem management and innovative knowledge management features. Unique 'Human Touch' features improve the service experience, putting people at the heart of the Service Desk.

    Hornbill solutions include ITIL-compatible IT Service Management (ITSM)IT Helpdesk, Human Resources, Facilities Management and Customer Services, with the flexibility to build additional service desks at minimal extra cost.

    Customers include: Buckinghamshire Hospitals NHS Trust, Camelot, Greggs, Kent County Council, Knight Frank, London Borough of Merton, London School of Economics, Natural History Museum, The National Archives, Toyota Motorsport and University of Portsmouth.

    Hornbill was founded in 1995 and has its Head Office in London. For more information about Hornbill's service management solutions please visit www.hornbill.com.

     

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