A service level defines the standard of performance required from a service provider and allows measurement and reporting against the agreed standard. Service levels may address responsiveness, timeliness, reliability, and/or uptime. For example, the engineer shall attend to the machine within four hours of receiving a call-out, and shall fix the machine so that it is operational within four hours of arrival on site. See also Performance Regime and Specification« Back to Glossary Index
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