Virtual workers: the next leap in IT automation?

May 26, 2016 | Events, News, Uncategorized
SITS 2016

Virtual workers: the next leap in IT automation?

 

Join Thoughtonomy at the leading event for Service Desk & IT Support Professionals in the UK, 8-9 June, Olympia, London

 

Seminar

Thoughtonomy will be exhibiting in this prestigious event over two days in London, and on 9th June will be hosting a seminar entitled “Virtual workers: the next leap in IT automation?” which will highlight examples and case studies of how this groundbreaking approach to automation is transforming IT service delivery.

Meetings and Workshops

As well as the seminar, over the two days attendees will have the opportunity to meet with key Thoughtonomy executives, see solution demonstrations, and schedule 1-2-1 workshops exploring the benefits of Virtual Workforce automation.

You can find out more, and register to attend at the SITS site here

The Event

SITS – The Service Desk & IT Support Show is the UK’s leading exhibition and conference for IT Service Professionals. The event takes place every year across two days in London and this year is at Olympia, London on 8th and 9th June.

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The exhibition has over 200 products and services from the leading suppliers of ITSM software, integration tools, IT training, consulting and managed services. SITS hosts the most anticipated and well attended conference programme in the industry. With over 50 free-to-attend seminars and keynotes and more than 20 facilitated round table discussions, SITS really does offer the strongest education experience for every visitor.

Free Registration

 

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