One of the challenges in implementing an established organization is having business processes and procedures. However, a new company or department within the company can define the services IT requires, negotiate the level of service with the company, and then implement them for SLA backed services.
Although some established organizations have service level agreements, a company can provide advice and guidance to improve the services provided. Many organizations have implemented processes – many of them have moved from oral to paper agreements to systemic agreements.
Often, implementing a service management software system can be an opportunity to review this process and make improvements based on a company. Sometimes it's really easy to stick to a working process and automate the parts.
Coming from a paper system, one of the big advantages you get right away from placing software tools on the service desk is that you get a certain level of automation. How quickly you can implement and benefit from the process depends on how easily the system is configured.
Depending on the feedback from the company, you should be able to easily change the rules and workflows. Flexible systems are much easier to automate. The key to good help desk management is being able to select repetitive processes and workflows, automate them, and free up resources for more skilled work.