LeadFerret Announces New Directory of ITIL Professionals

See the full directory at: http://leadferret.com/directory/itil-professionals

The Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) was born out of a set of recommendations developed by the UK Government’s Central Computer and Telecommunications Agency (CCTA) in the 1980s to address the growing dependence on Information Technology (IT). Though it began as a government collection of books, it has grown into 5 comprehensive volumes of practices and recommendations to standardize IT management within both government agencies and the private sector. The five volumes cover Service Strategy, Design, Transition, Operation, and Improvement. Each volume boasts a non-nonsense approach to the IT service management (ITSM) lifecycle stages.

If you’re looking for professionals that are serious about IT infrastructure, this directory should prove very useful. ITIL is the IT infrastructure bible, so whether you’re recruiting, selling, looking for partners, etc. you know you’re dealing with real pros.

Based on the man hours required to study the ITIL, and the technological expertise required to understand it, LeadFerret’s directory of ITIL Professionals is comprised of dedicated, intelligence, highly educated men and women who have exercised proficiency in the ITIL. The ITIL is the most widely adopted IT Service Management approach in the world, and this directory gives you access to the business professionals who can properly utilize its practical, no-nonsense framework and professional approach to the management of IT services. This directory is a great resource for anyone looking to market to ITIL experts specifically, or for anyone who wants their marketing to focus on IT Service Management methods in general. It would also be useful to working professionals looking to add experienced ITIL experts to their team. LeadFerret users will be able to make the most of this directory, by having access to the most valuable prospects, with complete information, including email addresses, social media links and more, making it easier to develop marketing campaigns.

Traits common among ITIL (Information Technology Infrastructure) Library Professionals include, but are not limited to:

>Customer Relationship
>Business Skills
>Communications
>Leadership
>Problem Solving
>Analytical
>General technology trends
>Software developments
>And many more…

If you would like more detailed information on the qualifications of specific people listed here, please contact us at [email protected], or 866-535-3960.