Posted: Wed Mar 14, 2007 10:00 pm Post subject: ITIL: Is it beneficial for me?
I m newbie to this forum and i just looking into ITIL. Well currently i am working as a Senior Software Engineer(Team Lead) and last few years i am working Business process Automation. Also our company going to implement the ERP hopefully i will be the part of Implementation team. My total IT experience(Software Development) is almost 7-8 years plus i have a BS degree in Computer Science. So i want to know if its worthfull for me to go ITIL and it will enhance my career?
Moreover any can let me the course or exam outline of the ITIL foundation exam??
Thanks in Advance
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Posted: Mon Mar 19, 2007 9:11 pm Post subject: Re: ITIL: Is it beneficial for me?
So i want to know if its worthfull for me to go ITIL and it will enhance my career?
If, by enhance your career, you mean will it help you move up in your organization, there is simply no guarantee that anything you learn will do so. However, learning new things to help you be well-rounded will never hurt, will it? When it comes to the impact of what you learn, on your career, there are no guarantees. Having any quality brand certifications on your resume will always enhance your chances of finding work, should you ever be in a position of looking.
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