Published By: Freshdesk
Published Date: Aug 15, 2016
Choosing the right helpdesk software for your team can be a path so perilous that even Hercules’ labours pale in comparison. But the truth is, if you have the right information, it doesn’t have to be that hard.
In this whitepaper, we discuss some of the core things you should know when you shop for a helpdesk solution like:
- Why you need support software and why you need just one tool
- The advantages of hosted helpdesks over on-premise software
- A feature list to help make that shopping experience a little less painful
A help desk is a very helpful customer service tool for businesses operating a website online. Doing business online creates a distance between the business and the customer. Customers are not dealing with a person face-to-face anymore. This makes being quick to respond to customer issues very important and that is where a help desk comes in.
Organizations implemented ITIL with the goal of creating a set of standards to ensure the delivery of high-quality and efficient technical support. However, many organizations are now looking to realize near-term business value from their investments in ITIL. This ITIL Quickguide outlines how organizations can leverage remote support solutions to accelerate ITIL initiatives and realize near-term business value.
The Internet is revolutionizing technical support. But, this efficiency often comes with a price in customer satisfaction. Customers expect to be able to solve their own problems or immediately communicate with a person who can make things right. But too often, these expectations aren't met. What's needed is a new class of software: web-based Automated Contact Distribution.
Enterprises around the world are discovering new ways to optimize business processes using on-demand web services. These businesses use WebEx online collaboration applications to reach, educate, and support a growing number of employees and customers. Companies can now collaborate anywhere, any time, without boundaries.
The purpose of this document is to provide information on the data security features and functions available with WebEx Support Center Remote Support and inherent to the underlying WebEx communication infrastructure known as the WebEx MediaTone™ Network.
Remember that the idea behind a help desk is to get users back online as quickly as possible when problems occur. Tracking problems and requests in tickets is a fine start, but a good help desk management solution can do much, much more.
For most retailers, the holidays are a frenzied rush of juggling multiple campaigns, meeting revenue goals, and hitting lofty numbers before the year is up. It’s far from a relaxing time of year.
The holiday season has become critically important to online retailers. With the rise of Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, Cyber Monday, Green Monday, Super Saturday, and Boxing Day, the definition of “the holidays” has expanded substantially. While these retail days have helped distribute the holiday rush across a wider range, they’ve also made holiday campaign planning far more complex.
Expanding digital channels, such as mobile and social media, have added to the immense opportunities that the holidays provide. Just last year, mobile accounted for 50.3% of all e-commerce traffic, surpassed desktop traffic for the first time ever. Knowing this, it shouldn’t be a surprise that 38% of shoppers now say they will not return to a retailer’s website if it’s not mobile optimized.
Published By: Quocirca
Published Date: May 14, 2008
The software as a service (SaaS) delivery model has matured to such an extent that there is now an on-demand component to most software applications, whether it is online help, automated updates or the main application engine. At the same time, many vendors are realizing that to provide a satisfactory end user experience, total reliance on a web browser is not always enough and a desktop component is often needed.
The Internet, years after its emergence, continues to be a challenge for most organizations. This paper examines the notion of eService and the need for it in large, global organizations in particular. It also provides guidelines for developing an effective eService plan, and concludes with a discussion of the most significant benefits of implementing such a plan.
Business relationships have always been based on interactions. Until now most of these interactions have been through conventional means, such as the telephone. But now more and more of your business interactions are over the Internet, and this trend will continue for the foreseeable future. Are you ready to handle this change?