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ISO 20000

IT is essential to delivering today’s business. However, concerns are increasingly being raised about IT services, internal and outsourced, not aligning with the needs of businesses and customers.

A recognized solution to this problem is to use an IT Service Management System (ITSMS) based on ISO/IEC 20000, the international standard for IT service management. Certification to this standard enables you to independently demonstrate to your customers that you meet best practice.

ISO/IEC 20000 is based on and replaces BS 15000, the internationally recognized British Standard.

Eight Principles

Customer
Focus
Leadership
Involvement of
People
Process Approach
System Approach
Continual
Improvement
Fact based
decision making
Mutually beneficial
supplier relationship
Continual
Improvement

ISO/IEC 20000 is published in two parts

Part One is the specification for service management which covers the IT service management. It is this part which you can be audited against and it sets out minimum requirements that must be achieved in order to gain certification.

Part Two is the code of practice for service management, which describes the best practices for service management processes within the scope of the specification.

ISO/IEC 20000 is applicable to any organization, large or small, in any sector or part of the world which relies on IT services. The standard is particularly suitable for internal IT service providers, such as IT departments, and external IT service providers, such as IT outsourcing organizations.

The standard is already making a positive impact in some of the leading IT-dependent sectors, such as the business process outsourcing, telecommunications, finance and public sectors.

Key Benefits

Primarily, ISO/IEC 20000 certification demonstrates that an organization has adequate controls and procedures in place to consistently deliver a cost effective, quality IT service. Some of the key benefits are listed below:

  • IT service providers become more responsive to services which are business led rather than technology driven
  • External service providers can use certification as a differentiator and win new business as this increasingly becomes a contractual requirement
  • Gives you the ability to select and manage external service providers more effectively
  • More opportunities to improve the efficiency, reliability and consistency of IT services impacting costs and service
  • Certification audits enable the regular evaluation of the service management processes, which helps to maintain and improve effectiveness
  • The certification process can reduce the amount of supplier audits, thereby reducing costs
  • ISO/IEC 20000 is fully compatible with the ITIL (IT Infrastructure Library) framework of best practice guidance for ITSM processes

Certification Process

BAS has a unique approach of certification which complies with the requirement for bodies providing audit and certification of management system.

BAS Certification process

BAS certification process

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