September 7 2016, Swindon, Wiltshire, UK. University of Lincoln has chosen Sollertis Convergence and Cherwell Service Management to underpin its Business Relationship Management strategy by providing a 360-degree view of relationships between IT, operations, colleagues and students. Cherwell Service Management is the leading platform for automating and managing ITSM and […]
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