A formal request by a user for any service they require such as the installation of new software, change of hardware or replacement of a component is called a service request. The ITIL service requests fulfilment are usually for small changes or additions which have low-risk, low-cost and occur quite frequently. Because of this, it would not be wise to club these requests along with high-risk ones, which is why it has been made into a separate process being handled by a dedicated team. The process of fulfilling the requests made is called as request fulfillment. To make the users aware of the availability of existing services and the procedure to request them. To create a separate channel through which users can request and receive the required service that has been granted prior approval. To provide assistance with general information requests and complaints.
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There is also be some ambiguity between outstanding requests you could say, "Money requested by Party A and fulfilled by Party B". I would pick from: * Unfortunately we are unable to fulfil your request at this time followed by some explanation of whether this is something you would ever.
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