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The Service Catalogue qualification is provided by APMG-International. The qualification covers how a Service Catalogue could benefit the business, and specifically looks at ways to control demand, publish and track service pricing and cost and automate service request management and fulfilment. It is aimed at individuals who are already ITIL Foundation certificate (or above) qualified.
Holders of the APMG Service Catalogue qualification are awarded 1.5 credits under the ITIL v3 Qualification Scheme.
It should be noted that when using the complementary qualifications credits a maximum of 6 credits can be with the ITIL v3 Qualification Scheme
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2011-01-28 by "connect2alok"
Nice article, valuable information.....
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