The Service Automation Framework Alliance (SAFA) is pleased to announce that it has appointed José Stijntjes as Managing Director per April 1st, 2017. In her new role, she will be responsible for managing and expanding the global partner network of the Service Automation Framework Alliance, as well as further overseeing the development of the framework. José will spearhead SAFA’s development into the quickly emerging domain of Service Automation, part of a three-year plan that SAFA as developed to further develop the knowledge and proficiency in Service Automation.
José Stijntjes will bring a wealth of experience to the Service Automation Framework Alliance. Serving as Managing Director for the past six years at itSMF Netherlands, she has a deep understanding of the domain of IT Best Practices, as well as a steadfast network among technology, consulting, and training organizations. Prior to this role, José hold management positions at Pink Elephant, Getronics and KPN.
“I am incredibly excited to start developing the Service Automation Framework Alliance to a new level and oversee SAFA’s global partnerships,” commented José Stijntjes on her new appointment. “Service Automation is a rapidly developing topic in all organizations that are making preparations for a digital workforce. With the Service Automation Framework, we can help customer organizations as well as partners to make the appropriate steps to accomplish this. I look very much forward to further develop the Alliance to a new level.”
About the Service Automation Framework Alliance
The Service Automation Framework Alliance is an independent body of knowledge for the development and advancement of Service Automation practices and certification. The Service Automation Framework Alliance promotes and advocated the adoption of Service Automation Framework with publications, communities, events and a global training and certification scheme.