Lena Stormvinge from ComAround is invited to speak at itSMF’s annual conference in Oslo

In light of the theme of the conference – “IT is forever” – Lena will offer some inspiration and specific examples in her talk “The service desk is not enough”.



The annual ITSMF conference will be held in Oslo from March 6 to 8. It is the biggest meeting place for IT service management in Scandinavia and features a wealth of international speakers and visitors.

Lena Stormvinge, KCS Trainer and speaker from ComAround, has been invited to speak at the conference:

“ComAround has been a partner of itSMF’s conference in Norway for many years. We see these conferences as a great opportunity to discuss the issues we are passionate about together with our colleagues in the industry. I’m very happy to be part of the program for 2017, especially because we’re seeing a growing interest in KCS (Knowledge-Centered Service) in Scandinavia which is the methodology we will be speaking about in relation to knowledge management.”

Talk: The service desk is not enough

Time: TBA

Content: The latest trends show that organizations that have adopted knowledge management and self-service in their support organization with the help of established KCS (Knowledge-Centered Service) methodology quickly realize its positive impact on other areas in the organization. What challenges does the organization face when introducing a best-practice method like KCS, and how do you achieve immediate success? This lecture will inspire, motivate, and provide practical tips and real life examples.


Lena Stormvinge is a Knowledge Management, KCS and Self-Service specialist. She is also an experienced trainer and speaker. In 2017 she is due to give a talk at HDI 2017 in Washington D.C., and itSMF ‘17 and IT Support & Service in Stockholm. Lena is the fifteenth certified KCS Trainer in the world and has recently published the book Self-Service & Knowledge Success with Per Strand – one of the founders of ComAround.


itSMF 2017 will be held at the Clarion Hotel Oslo Airport from March 6 to 8. Read more about the conference.