Category: Webinars

Crossfuze Asset Management Webinar

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Upcoming Asset Management Webinar!

Join us on November 16 at 2pm EST to learn how the Crossfuze Asset Management Turnkey can help you:

  • Optimize your ServiceNow investment
  • Deliver immediate wins
  • Get on the road to maturity faster
  • Simplify automation and workflows

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Reminder: Change Management webinar on Jan 22 at 10am PST

Just a reminder to join us for our webinar: Design to Operation – Effective Change Management. It’s happening tomorrow at 10AM PST. We look forward to seeing you there. Registration and details:

Free Webinar – Effective Change Management – Design to Operation

Crossfuze is pleased to invite ServiceNow Guru readers to attend the third webinar in our turnkey series: Design to Operation: Effective Change Management.

Effective Change Management may seem like a pipe dream, but it is possible! In this webinar, you’ll see how you can improve your change management process making it easier to plan and administer changes in your organization, reduce user frustration, all while simplifying the overall process for your change administrators.

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Updated Date for Knowledge Management webinar

Yesterday we told you about our upcoming Knowledge Management webinar. Unfortunately, we have to make a date change due to a scheduling conflict. We’re pushing the webinar out a week, and it will now be held on Thursday November 20th. All other information from the original event still applies. We look forward to seeing you there. 

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Knowledge Management Webinar

Crossfuze is proud to present its second webinar in our turnkey series, “Knowledge Management: At the Intersection of Everything.”

Knowledge Management is the glue that ties the many pieces of ServiceNow together. It is how you track information in your business, as well as how you communicate with your customers. Good Knowledge Management deflects incidents, reduces support costs, improves employee self service, and reduces the need for incident escalation.

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