Research and Markets: Support Services: A Lifeline for Clients and Vendors in Times of Gloom.
For many customers, maintenance and hardware support are like insurance - you have to have them. But customers are getting smarter in the way they buy system support services.
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Support Services: A Lifeline for Clients and Vendors in Times of Gloom
Key Topics Covered:
* Executive Summary
* What do we mean by 'support services'?
* Systems support competitors
* Modes of delivery
* Supply-side trends
* Demand-side trends
* Supply-side responses
* Demand-side advice
For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/ace13f/support_services
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|Date:||Mar 31, 2009|
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