The Art of Service (TAOS) is a friendly, innovative and professional Service Management Education organisation.  It has origins in the adopted home of ITIL® (Holland) via its executive management team.  In seven years delivering ITIL® education TAOS has become one of Australasia’s most highly regarded ITIL®  and Service Management Education providers.  Testimony to this is TAOS’s impressive blue chip client list, including: Toyota, Nestlé, Telstra, Emirates, EDS, American Express to name but a few.  All of these companies rely on TAOS to completely roll out the ITIL® Service Management concepts and processes.

Customers rely on the The Art of Service to increase profits, deliver value throughout their organisations and improve their ultimate customer satisfaction.  
The Art of Service’s owes its success to its strong customer relationships.  Loyalty is maintained by focusing on customer needs and continuously investing at least 24 percent of revenues into research and development.

TAOS leads the market in delivering the most up-to-date ITIL® concepts.  It has recently delivered the world’s first ITIL® version 3 Foundation course with fantastic customer reviews.

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