Effective handling of Incidents and Requests


In 2019, the IT organisation launched the program “Increased User Satisfaction”, which consisted of eight sub-projects. The purpose of the program was to support the IT organisation in achieving their overall goal for 2020 to become a partner with the hospitals as well as to increase the overall user satisfaction with the clinical/administrative core system.

In addition to being the overall program manager, Quorum was also responsible for several of the eight sub-projects within the program. The purpose of one of the projects, which Quorum was responsible for, was to identify the most effective way to handle incoming Incidents and Requests to free up system/module responsible resource capacity. The project covered the full end2end support process associated based on ITIL principles, which included 1st & 2nd level support, visitation, qualification of cases and 3rd level case resolution as well as the overall governance structure across multiples departments.


During the project, Quorum conducted a detailed analysis of the incoming Incidents and Requests as well as managed the pilot implementation of a new solution design for the support chain.

The analysis included a detailed overview of the incoming Incident and Request types, including a description of the degree of complexity and a recommendation about the required capacity.

Based on the analysis, three possible solutions were designed, which included suggestions on how to reduce the current capacity by approx. 20 FTEs, while still being able to handle the same number of incidents. The three solution proposals were holistic and instead of focusing only on the ITIL framework, they focused on the overall business strategy in terms of process descriptions, capacity estimates, roles and responsibilities, risk analysis and implementation plans.

The pilot implementation of the chosen solution design took 4 months and included mobilisation and management of the project’s stakeholders, project teams and project plans to achieve project goals, deliverables and results.


  • The 4-month pilot period increased the average weekly SLA efficiency by 11% for Incidents and 7 % for Requests.
  • Reduction of capacity of approx. 20 FTEs to manage the same number of incoming Incidents and Requests.

These results were based on design proposal from Quorum to establish a new organisational set-up for handling incoming Incidents and Requests. The pilot project also provided significant improvements into how the IT organisation could improve lead time, develop internal competencies, and reduce the total capacity, based on centralisation, streamlining and optimisation of existing processes.

Furthermore, Quorum has successfully developed and implemented several KPIs, which were used by management in their decision making related to capacity management.