Digital Fuel Helps Cut IT Costs Now! : ITSM Leader Gives Enterprises Instant, Detailed IT Cost Analysis to Eliminate Waste and Shave Up To 25% of IT Service Costs

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Digital Fuel®, the leader in IT Service Management (ITSM) solutions, today announced relief for enterprises that want to rapidly cut IT costs. At a time when every company is looking to streamline spending, Digital Fuel is leading the way by offering companies insight into where and how to save IT dollars today and in the future.

Cutting IT costs is priority number one for enterprises in today's economic downturn

"There is a lack of visibility into IT costs and IT service utilization in many organizations which results in businesses creating redundancies and not optimizing their investment in IT," said Barbara Gomolski, Managing Vice President, at Gartner Inc. "By providing real-time and ongoing visibility into IT spend and cost drivers, organizations can significantly reduce IT spend—often by as much as 15%1 or more—simply by identifying and cutting out duplication and waste." However, locating and isolating this excess is a challenging task. Digital Fuel addresses this problem head-on by providing enterprises with instant insight into IT cost drivers—unnecessary spend and service usage, poorly utilized IT spend, and avoidable cost over runs.

Digital Fuel's award winning ServiceFlow software solution provides this important insight with unique capabilities that map business services to their underlying components and costs. Furthermore, by making IT costs transparent, ServiceFlow allows IT to continuously drive down costs on an on-going basis and focus IT spend on services that deliver real business value. The solution is available as a hosted service or on-premise solution.

"With Digital Fuel we were able to help our customers realize approximately $10 million in IT services billing reductions in our first year," said Floyd Rutan, Executive Director of Cummins Business Services. "It gave us powerful insights into IT service usage across our organization. We're now using Digital Fuel as a key component of our overall IT service management initiatives."

In today's uncertain economic times, Digital Fuel is providing a highly valuable, easy to use solution that delivers immediate value to reduce costs and improve overall service delivery. More than 500 enterprise organizations across a broad range of industries rely on Digital Fuel as the foundation for managing their IT services to dramatically cut costs and improve services.

"Cutting IT costs is priority number one for enterprises in today's economic downturn," said Yisrael Dancziger, CEO of Digital Fuel. "We see our software as a big relief boat for thousands of organizations looking to immediately cut IT costs and as a means to keep IT service organizations continually streamlined for the long-term. By cutting 25% of IT service costs, companies can get much needed relief in an area that accounts for a large percentage of overall operational costs."

To learn more about how Digital Fuel can help drastically cut your IT costs, visit the Digital Fuel website at and sign up for a free trial of the ServiceFlow solution for IT Financial Management.

About Digital Fuel

Digital Fuel Technologies, Inc., is the leading provider of Service Catalog, Service Level Management (SLM) and Service Financial Management software solutions for IT, Communications, HR, F&A in enterprises and commercial service providers. The company's ServiceFlow business software applications manage billions in Telco, IT and other business services at companies and governments around the world such as British Telecom, Cisco, Computacenter, CSC, Cummins, Dell, General Electric, IBM, Nestle, O2, Procter & Gamble, Siemens, SITA, Sprint, Steria, Telefonica, Telus, WiPro and many others. Digital Fuel is headquartered in San Mateo, California, USA, with offices across North America and Europe. Learn more at

1 Statistic derived from Gartner, Inc., "Frequently Asked Questions About Techniques for Reducing IT Costs," Barbara Gomolski, September 18, 2006.

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