SUSE has introduced two new services offerings that complete its global services portfolio, giving customers access to packaged, flexible offerings that map to every phase of their IT transformation projects. The new offerings, called SUSE Discovery Services and SUSE Assist: Design Services, complement existing SUSE services and help customers meet their business objectives quickly while seeing rapid return on their investment.
“Our subject matter experts work closely with our customers from discovery, design and through to deployment and optimization of the SUSE solution,” said Kenny Stewart, vice president of SUSE Global Services. “SUSE assists and sustains our customers over the entire length of the services engagement. Our long-standing, trusted relationships with our customers ensure we reach their business outcomes quickly and efficiently.”
Lack of in-house skills is one of the top barriers to IT transformation. With this complete services portfolio, SUSE is providing services that give customers technical and product expertise that range from researching, discovering and choosing an open source solution through optimizing that solution and providing high quality IT services.
SUSE Discovery Services are onsite, one-day engagements to evaluate and understand the customer’s business needs and the open source solutions necessary to meet those needs. SUSE Assist: Design Services are focused, hands-on workshops where the customer and a SUSE solution expert create high-level design documents unique to the customer’s business. These offerings mesh with existing SUSE services to round out the SUSE Global Services Customer Journey portfolio.
According to Gartner, “The reality is that digital business demands different skills, working practices, organizational models and even cultures… Making these changes requires resources and expertise in business transformation and change management. These are not skills many organizations have, and so they often reach out to the consultants and vendors to provide the skills needed.”