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Feb 12 2019

Ready for Download and Streaming: TechCommunity WebTalk “How to Offer Self-Service to Your Customers with Fujitsu Enterprise Service Catalog Manager”

Have your customers ever asked if you could provide them with a customized, app-store-like experience regarding service offerings, automatic deployments, and billing? In case you were reluctant to answer, the good news is that yes, you can. Last week's webcast about our new Enterprise Service Catalog Manager, or ECSM, explained how, and is now available for download and streaming.

Probably even more important is the fact that not only your customers will benefit from ECSM, but you can do it too, as it helps to significantly reduce the administrative overhead that's often associated with modern delivery and billing mechanisms. So this is the right time to stay informed about our latest customer- and channel-friendly solution for these issues.

To do so, just follow the link below and download or stream the webcast from FiOLA, Fujitsu's Training Academy. All you need to do is sign in with your partner credentials and go ahead:

https://training.ts.fujitsu.com/catalog/select-webcasts/coursewebtalk/archive/class-uid/f35b9050-05f2-36f3-3f2e-7f4a2fd7b901.html

Important information: Participation in our WebTalks provides an extra path for SELECT Experts to gather points required for you annual re-certification, and so does watching the "canned" version. So if you have about an hour to spare, this is an activity that will pay off in the very near future!

 
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