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Simple and Powerful Tips for a Structured Service Desk!

16 de May de 2017 in Blog, Career, knowledge, Satisfaction, Software

Service Desk is an increasingly valued service for organizations and serves to centralize a company’s needs in one place by logging in and out of support and maintenance requests to gain greater control over what has been done.

Unlike the Help Desk, that is to say, it solves more frequent problems, the Service Desk is used for operational damages classified as “level 2″.

Usually these incidents are more complex, such as sudden stops on servers and problems in email managers, for example, that require processes to increase the quality of service delivery.

And nothing like having a well-structured Service Desk, right? Everyone wins: the company, the customers and the technicians themselves!

But what do you need to set up a Service Desk that, in fact, fulfills your goal and delivers results?

Let’s look at some simple tips when designing your Service Desk:

Bet on the happiness of the user: put it in evidence!

The truth is only one: companies that place their users at the center of their operations tend to be in evidence, considering; Disney, Uber, Netflix, Nubank who like to engage the customer in a captivating customer service experience, and that brings positive results to these companies.

Even if your company is not a giant like the ones mentioned above, this is not to prevent your support from involving your users from making the experience of contacting your Service Desk a pleasure.

How to do this?

At first, a simple but powerful tip is to think about defining practical actions for each step, for example: when the user opens a call, the person responsible for sorting or automation will send an e-mail informing the service deadline and status in that the tickets are.

If you’re not Omnichannel, it’s time to be: Offer more than one communication channel to your users.

Do not make life difficult for the user, be accessible and it is necessary to keep up with the trends in the lives of your consumers. Therefore, in addition to the telephone, email, website, among others, offer service through social networks and WhatsApp.

Stay tuned: the word of order in these channels is agility, consumers expect a quick response, which is a great desire in the market.

Use and abuse of technology, it is important to provide a more modern experience for users, good software support can be a great ally of your company in the pursuit of customer satisfaction.

In addition to having a myriad of resources, from knowledge base, service catalog creation, to ticket history, a Help Desk / Service Desk system helps to further enhance the management of your organization’s service and is perfectly suited to the needs of your company.

Establish the metrics, indicators of your Service Desk.

What is measured can be improved and managed, both for technology and also for business, and a good way to measure the performance of your Service Desk is by establishing some Key Performance Indicator (KPIs).

They are nothing more than performance indicators and serve to measure whether an action or set of initiatives are bringing the results sought by a company or business area.

Identify your key performance indicators and start to follow them.

If you already use the metrics indicated in the mentioned text, great, it is time to think about secondary KPIs such as: individual performance of each technician, number of repeated calls, percentage of incidents solved remotely, etc., all that is useful to achieve the objectives of the company and can be measured is always welcome.

Have a good knowledge base.

The knowledge base is one of the best allies of the IT team, because it allows the user to solve a problem alone.

And save your team from opening that unnecessary ticket.

With a robust knowledge base, your team is free to solve more difficult incidents.

In addition, having a knowledge base will help you establish a response pattern for tickets, assist in increasing the solution on the first level, reduce problem resolution time, and enable 24-hour service.

You still democratize the knowledge and avoid that there are the customers’ “darlings”, since all are able to consult the information and offer it to the client.

It still gains agility, as it allows the incidents to be solved in an agile way only by the information made available in an easy way. With a knowledge base, you can leverage the number of calls from your Service Desk.

So, give the user the chance to solve his problem on his own, and only contact support if it’s really needed.

Communicate with your user, leaving him frustrated is not an option

Extremely important, after all, this helps the user to know that you are working on his problem.

When you forget to do this, it increases the chances of leaving the user frustrated and most likely “on your feet” constantly until the problem is resolved.

Therefore, give quick and clear feedback to the customer by informing them about the progress of the activity, especially if any delays occur.

A good Service Desk system allows its users to keep up with the progress of tickets, Milldesk has a friendly, simple and intuitive web panel for opening and tracking, allowing calls to be evaluated.

We hope you enjoyed the tips of this article, and better yet, that you can apply them today in your Service Desk!

10 skills that can help you as an IT manager

06 de December de 2016 in Blog, How to, knowledge, Productivity

Your expertise and technology credentials can make you strong in an IT manager position. Learn how certain non-technical attributes can help you stand out. The 10 features listed below extend beyond the required competencies and can help…

# 1: Proactive attitude: Take initiative and do a good job. Being proactive is an excellent feature as long as it is consistent with the mission.

# 2: Adaptability to change: Our IT world is constantly changing and those who are adaptable tend to achieve more. Managers need to adapt to change and maintain high levels of productivity, even in difficult times.

# 3: Appreciation of good customer service: People who understand the importance of customer service know that customers or users are the reason why we have a career in IT. They also know how to take precautions when working with problems that can cause downtime and loss of productivity.

# 4: Teamwork: Many excellent IT technicians lose their value to an organization when they cannot effectively work in a team environment. Demonstrating an ability to work successfully with mixed teams of IT staff and users is a tangible asset.

# 5: Commitment proven: work and work! When called upon to take care of a situation – one who will do whatever it takes to succeed individually and for the team. True artists work under pressure.

# 6: A strong desire to achieve: It is difficult to teach people to want to succeed if they do not have the desire. Having a desire puts an emphasis on getting important issues solved, and it is known when a situation demands the maximum donation to the tasks.

# 7: Ability to solve problems: Erasing fires is a big part of the role of any IT manager, and competence does not necessarily mean that a manager has to have all the answers. Good managers are willing to work hard to find answers and take the challenges that come to their tables.

# 8: Communication skills: Having the ability to communicate effectively with others is necessary in most IT management roles. IT managers communicate with you every day – from the CIO and from the internal user to the external customer. Strong verbal and written communication skills can make you stand out.

# 9: Strong Follow-up Skills: Nothing is more frustrating for a CIO than having a manager who does not do task tracking and called properly. It probably undermines the credibility of the IT organization more than anyone else. The tracking capability shows commitment and an understanding of customer service.

# 10: Low Maintenance: Managers who can operate individually and solve problems that will not create unnecessary personal or professional problems.

Why it’s worth having bilingual or multilingual customer support?

10 de November de 2016 in Blog, knowledge, Language, Support

Negotiating with foreign customers is no longer an exclusivity of medium and large companies.

The internet has virtually eliminated barriers; Even now in Brazil, it is possible to buy products in Sri Lanka or communicate easily with someone from Eastern Europe, for example.

It has never been easier to sell or buy abroad (despite some logistical and tax difficulties) and there is no reason to stop breaking the big online market that exists across borders.

After all, e-commerce between companies and consumers from different countries is no longer an assumption and already has very seductive numbers.

Obviously requires some work, dedication, investment, adapt to the wide diversity of regulations of each country, payment methods, etc, but its worth!

In addition to taking measures to suit the new profile of clients, another issue that requires special attention is the language, as this can be a barrier to international customer service, therefore, it is essential to create a website/platform that is attractive and the more clear and useful as possible for consumers abroad. But it’s also important to provide good online multi-lingual support.

Here are some more good reasons to have multilingual or bilingual support in your company:

ENGLISH IS NOT EVERYTHING

Although English is without a shadow of doubt the most used and understood language, a large number of users simply understand the basics of that language.

This can be a barrier to the entry of your business in that market, so when you configure customer service, it is essential to consider the translation and localization of the language.

And in many cases having only one multilingual site is not enough, especially in cases that require the consumer to seek more information or need to solve a problem related to the product or service purchased.

In these cases a multilingual client support center becomes extremely necessary to address users’ incidents and requests in their native language (if this is not English).

NO MISUNDERSTANDING PLEASE!

You have studied the market very well, legislation, tried to offer the best payment methods preferred by the customers of that country, made a first partnership to ensure the effectiveness of international deliveries, made sure to have the clearest possible return policies, to International transactions, everything beautiful and wonderful …

But the time the customer comes in contact with customer service is a true “Oh my God”, generating a series of misunderstandings and endangering the company’s reputation in a market won so hard.

So having a multilingual support is so important, as well as being a good strategy to achieve the much-desired credibility before the much-sought foreign market.

NOTHING LIKE LISTENING TO PEOPLE LIKE US!

As we now know, we do not talk about anything else: the customer experience is the great competitive advantage. And of course this personalization of the service goes smoothly through the language.

When your support center is able to communicate with your users in their native language, it becomes much easier not only the communication itself, but also, to offer a more personalized service.

OPEN NEW MARKETS!

The internet practically broke all boundaries and this applies to the business. In today’s competitive world is of extreme importance to be understood everywhere.

Just as your company has not only the best customer support tool in the market, but also that your customer service team can assist your customers and users in their source language.

And while English is still the predominant language in the business world, it is a reckless attitude to expect all its consumers to master and properly understand that language (Latin, Asian, African, European market).

You can be sure that when customers have doubts, difficulties with the language can create great confusion and even create situations that lead to the company’s bad reputation in the market.

If after reading everything that has been said so far you have got the flea behind your ear, we can guarantee that although it seems complicated to organize a multilingual support, there is no need to worry, you can for example outsource this service to the Your foreign client.

As the competition gets fiercer, there is no time to lose.

Finding spaces in the international market can be vital even for small businesses and why not?

Time to capture the opportunities that exist not only in Latin America but also in the rest of the world.

The old clash competence versus experience. A reflection!

30 de May de 2016 in Blog, Career, knowledge, Productivity, Satisfaction

At the time of hiring always comes to the fore those old issues and headaches, as it is essential to maintain the good performance of the company.

We know that in general, at the time to interview, those responsible for the human resources of most companies likely to seek professionals with more experience. However, many times this doesn’t guarantee to be the ideal professional for the job.

And in fact many companies end up systematizing, and being so rigid in their processes that eventually their collaborators get used to live in an authoritarian culture, taking a little of brightness and initiative of them.

Hiring has direct relationship with talent, passion, vision and goals of each person; perhaps to get a broader picture of the candidate, we agree that a passionate person, motivated, willing to learn and do, might contribute and take ownership with greater ease of values and goals of the company.

Analyze these aspects when hiring a person is very important.

We are in a society that tends to hire based on years of experience (which is really valid and should be valued yes), but often worry about ONLY with this aspect can come to prevent the possibility of creating a community of work more competitive and compromised with the organization.

However, the few business culture has been changing, because currently the market need not only for employees, but rather of talents, whether they have a lot of experience or not.

After all, the new models of work (home office for example) require a new approach, which work by objectives and not by time, the appointment beating overtime.

But however, certain specific activities require experience and here comes the question: “who hire”?

Some points that may serve for your company:

What are the physical and mental skills that the job requires?

What are the set goals and how it relates to the rest of the employees or customers?

What training is required of the candidate, what level of preparation is adequate if you need specific knowledge or skills, a certain type of personality or vocational training?

What you prioritize when it comes to recruit its employees? You value talent and passion? You want someone who will help provide a competitive edge, which seeks every day growth or someone eternally operating?

Remember, the true leader, is creator of new leaders. It is time the mentality of a portion of our managers change because so many are losing competent professionals.

Who are you in IT management: TeamCap ou TeamIronMan?

12 de May de 2016 in Blog, Help Desk, knowledge

If you are a fan of the film and comic book world, certainly eagerly awaited the premiere of Captain America: Civil War and should know all about the comics Civil War Marvel. And we like the genre admirers could not pass up the opportunity to talk about two issues that we love: support / customer service and nerd culture.
This promise to be one of the best films of Marvel (so far and hopefully not be wrong to guess) and in every corner there is a battle almost epic between duty geeks, fans of the genre, about the best team: #TeamCap headed by Captain America or #TeamIronMan led by Tony Stark.

Letting go a bit this focus on who will win the battle or what the best team, let’s make a fun exercise thinking as we IT managers, who are we? #TeamCap Or #TeamIronMan ?

Let’s see what each has to offer in terms of leadership?

#TeamCap

As Steve Rogers, or better, as Captain America, an IT manager #TeamCap is defined first and foremost by its values, many of which may even seem too traditional, know how to use emotional intelligence to face their problems and defend their ideals.

There is nothing more important to him than the personal ties, old friendships (as the winter soldier), this means that this manager will always give the guy to beat for his team, even when errors occur.

For being the bridge between company executives and staff is one who knows how to listen to his players, motivating people is its key role as the leader of a team should play, he always puts the professional growth, technical training and trust in the environment.

In fact, the “traditional values” of the manager #Teamcap are so strong that he is willing to face and go against the “system” always thinking about the greater good, if he feels that this is distorting.

To create your team, the manager #Teamcap knows he has to add people who are experts in their fields and as the Captain recruits Ant-Man, this manager will seek the best in their area no matter where they come from.

But most important of all is that Rogers (or Captain) never surrenders, even when it seems that everything is wrong: stuck planning, budgeting needs to be reconfigured, there are challenges and more challenges … He shows no fear at these “opponents” and even He says: “I can do this all day.”

#TeamIronMan

The #TeamIronMan manager on the other hand is just like Tony Stark, much more pragmatic and well inflated ego and simply love the technology, of course has values, but is far more concerned with innovation, even when this has some risk (remember of Ultron).

This manager believes all his skills and therefore the focus of its leadership should face align the work of his team with the organization’s strategic goals to better manage the daily activities of his department. We are always looking for ways to align IT with business needs and generate positive impact for everyone.

Perhaps Stark could be a little more daring, since it tends to have no problem working together with the “system” where it considers that it has the interest of others as priority, which can be misleading sometimes.

Many times this type of manager can get carried away by the project that are creating or coordinating and neglecting some important relationships.

Often this type of manager can get carried away by the project that are creating or coordinating and neglecting some important relationships.

To create his team the manager #TeamIronMan seeks to give opportunity to new people no matter who do not hold as much experience, as long as see them great potential. That’s why Spider-Man is perfect to work with him.

The most important of Stark (or Iron Man) is always on the move with his projects, always trying something new and in the first 45 times their attempts were not successful, but doesn’t matter he would try other 45 times.

What about you? #TeamCap or #TeamIronMan?

Some strategies for dealing with difficult people involved in an IT project.

06 de April de 2016 in Blog, Help Desk, How to, knowledge, Productivity

Believe me, if you manager of an IT project has not yet had the luck (or misfortune) to cross with someone hard to deal with on a project, do not worry, it’s just a matter of time.

This implies that you will need a lot of patience and strategy to cope with this kind of person in a friendly way (for good design!) Despite the possible obstacles.

But before, a very important notice: do not destroy bridges! Independent of genius difficult of their interlocutors, remember that all the people who collaborate in the project they want the project go well and reach your goal.

However, many times the war of egos can come to lose everything, if in a day you offer unconditional support, in the following may create a genuine turmoil because the progress of work is not being done exactly as they want, etc.

And doesn’t mean that they have changed their goals, they still want the success of the project, just for professional issues or character (or both together) move to the confrontation.

Don’t take this attitude as something personal and remember that business is just business, professional relationship apart. Whatever happens (of course we are not referring to the extreme, with blows, for example), do not burn bridges and dispose of these people just because they seem to be hindering the progress of work.

You must at first find ways to work with them to break the deadlock.

Now that we have this clear, we will focus on the tips (which can save your team).

4 Strategies to deal with difficult people

Identify and observe them carefully.

It must be done continuously, as stated before, if at first it is an active advocate in another moment can become a stone in the shoe.

But if you are attentive to the signs, his comments on the latest state of reviews, for example, you will not be surprised and have time to formulate possible strategies to minimize the influence of this turbulent personality before the team and the project.

Therefore it is very important to ensure that all channels of communication are always kept open to prevent possible negativity.

Listen carefully to what they tell you.

Try to be aware of where proceed negative comments and use of empathy to analyze this point of view, that’s right, put yourself in the person’s place. In this way you may be able to understand their motivations and goals and who knows even adhere to his or her logic (if it really comes to add to the project).

Make a conscious effort to understand the point of view and ask yourself: How much the opposite view affects the project? Is this perhaps another way to accomplish the project will bring no benefits? Among other issues … The idea is to try to find a meeting point.

Meet with the “rebels” one by one.

Try to gather or when possible to talk to the “rebels” individually.

In this way these people do not feel cornered against others involved in the project; it is important to avoid confrontation, avoid asking brusquely why they opposed the way the project was planned or is running.

Ask open ended questions about their opinions and what they think about the project, stage, etc, remember this is a professional relationship, isn’t personal.

Discover their concerns and motivations.

Discover the motives behind the opposition are a great asset. They are concerned that it will exceed the budget? They are concerned with more technical questions of order or personal? Anyway, many may be the reasons and if you achieves success in discovering the reasons guiding this approach therefore might create a strategy so that everyone is satisfied and continue despite difficulties.

If you can manage the people involved in a project effectively, listening to them and satisfying their needs over the course of a project, you can then benefit from the trust placed in you and your methods.

And that goes for everyone, not just for those who create conflicts…

Have you ever had to deal with difficult people in a project? How did you deal with the situation? Think about it!

Don’t do this: Some of the most common bad practices in Project management.

29 de March de 2016 in Blog, How to, knowledge, Productivity

No matter how much experience you have, when it comes to projects you will often make a mistake, that’s a fact.

In this chat we want to address some bad practices or mistakes that appear in dealing with IT projects. True, there are many others, we can’t cover all these possibilities in a single text but is a warning.

And although we refer to essentially the management of IT projects, nothing prevents also serve for other types of projects.

Incorrect estimate/project planning

A very common mistake depending on many factors not always a solution at hand. For example, a customer with no clear goals, no official specifications, technical inability to set goals too optimistic or risky (surreal delivery times, reduced staff, unfulfilled tasks, zero quality management etc.).

In the case of this item we know that the sky is always the limit.

Bad distribution of roles in the development team.

This error is usually present when assign roles for availability and not competence.

The risk of delegating an inappropriate person for the job increases as higher is the level of responsibility of the same. A person can be excellent in a function or task and bad in others, so stay tuned.

Some simple measure can perhaps reduce this problem, for example to assess the professional profile of your employees carefully, keep in mind that as a project becomes more critical, the greater should be the empowerment of the managers, engineers, analysts, programmers, etc.

Assume instead of prove.

Dealing on the projects you should have maximum certainty. It is a classic fact that many managers when don’t have the information or it is incomplete assume they know. This is more dangerous to decide in uncertainty.

In the case of ignoring the essential factors, inquire them and formalize them. Get specific, realistic and measurable objectives of the project, time to start and delivery, available resources (technologies, budget, and personnel), requirements specification, risk, among others to prevent surprises or not if they occur, are limited.

Plan does not include all those responsible.

At this stage you should include all employees responsible for the project. In the case of missing responsible for the accuracy of the planning will be affected and this may hinder the understanding of the schedule and setting of targets.

This is particularly delicate in the case of directors. So it must have complete description of the roles of each team member in this project, design of the program, its phases, activities and tasks, the resources required for each activity, a good communication plan and risk management and the visible support a the least one of the company managers.

Embrace many tasks at the same time.

Be multitasking is today an advantage, mainly in terms of qualification. However, assume many tasks/projects concurrently can make the lowest performance and turn a brake for the whole team.

But then what should do for that not happen?

Well, in case of proven damage to productivity, reduce projects / tasks open at a 25% -50% (WIP – Work in Progress) is an alternative, you can also (if there is no other way) pause or even shut down some projects / tasks to keep open several that are never completed (question of priorities), using agile methodologies that save time without losing quality finally use quantitative methods of planning and control to enable a better distribution of work.

Lack of communication.

Communication is essential in a project. To establish communication is elemental needs a transmitter, a receiver, a message and a protocol.

The absence of these causes confusion, apathy and disorganization and to avoid this some initiatives are very important, such as planning meetings and most important interactions (so there is no loss of time with endless meetings), establish the standards, protocols and technologies to communicate.

Also ensure that any team member involved in the project meet the planning and means available to it, not rely on the software to implement the project, personal contact is often necessary.

 

Not knowing how to say no.

A project manager may be able to have all the data and tools needed to develop a good plan, manage it, ensure follow-up and achieve a good product.

However a personal characteristic of yours can place to lose the whole team, which is not able to say no. If a manager says no doesn’t mean that it is negative, saying not means that if recognizes the context, conditions and requirements and what is requested cannot be delivered in a timely manner.

Involves a good knowledge of the project and the team, the capabilities and estimates and what you want, what quality level you want to achieve.

Inflexibility

Here we have the application of the previous item carried to the extreme, we refer to use the “no” in excess and not adapt to changes properly.

Many managers follow blindly the initial plan, underestimating communication, ignoring suggestions and criticism, forgetting to oversee the mechanical team and adjust your attitude and the plan to the inevitable changes that arise.

This type of manager will never be leader: little by little will feed the antipathy, fear and apathy of its staff members. Your projects can only be met if you have excess resources or a development team of extreme quality.

Too much macro or micro-management

Control freak, unplanned checks, integration solutions off schedule. These problems are usually quite common for managers without much experience or ignore the current tools of control and integration.

The micro-management is negative for the project and fatal for the whole team: not opens space for the development of the employees and nor for the initiative of these and generates widespread discontent.

These are just some of the mistakes and bad practices common in project management, of course there are many others that are out of this list and do so much damage to the project and the team.

What do you think about the issue?  What others practices were left out? Do you agree?

Stop making your customers and users waste time!

23 de March de 2016 in Blog, knowledge, Satisfaction, Software

We begin this chat with an inconvenient truth, but real: a lengthy service with a high waiting time and badly done can cause irreversible damage to the company’s image.Stop making your customers and users waste time!

We begin this chat with an inconvenient truth, but real: a lengthy service with a high waiting time and badly done can cause irreversible damage to the company’s image.

We live in days of speed everything is for yesterday… People are increasingly busy full of professional and social commitments, never the expression “time is money” made as much sense as today.

Customers are not interested in the internal processes of enterprises in their limitations and much less on your goals, just want to satisfy a particular need and want their objectives barriers or other redundant activities.

But how much time should devote to each customer? What is adequate time for service? How to win more agility in the service?

We invite you to see some considerations:

The correct time of service.

For most of us, time is the most precious and the scarcest. How often we forget that the same goes for our customers and users, with many daily tasks?

Perhaps this is why the reduction of waiting times is one of the most valued factors by customers. They do not want to spend more time in a call that is strictly necessary and always appreciate the nimble and quick service.

Many customers complain about the service of some companies because of the waiting time to receive an answer, the inefficiency of operators and bureaucracy in solving problems.

For the customer, everything needs to be fast and simple like a flash. Search this agility and simplicity in service should be the focus of the managers of the area.

Even, is not difficult to find web sites of customer complaints not only by poor service, but also for the lost time that are submitted with those annoying little songs and almost endless.

Ok, depending on the incident, problem or request no matter how keen is the support will not always be possible to meet as fast and efficient as one would like…

Since many times the solution depends on other sectors and factors, there remains to demonstrate to the professional to treat the customer with courtesy and attention as not always the company will have a second chance to make a good impression.

Consumers should never leave the company with the impression that he as poorly attended. This is because as we know, a person can tell his experience negative (or positive) to several others that will tell others and so on.

If there is the possibility of offering compensation for waiting, delay (a discount, toast, extra service, etc.), here’s a way to score points with the user.

But what is the appropriate time for a service that lets customers satisfied? Obviously there isn’t an explicit rule, each case is different.

The great thing is never leave a person waiting especially if the service you are doing has no relation to the subject that the customer will handle.

For those who wait a minute listening to an annoying jingle of elevator becomes an eternity. There are people waiting two minutes, and then are able to tell they waited for more than ten, however, after being initially met, the person looks calmer.

Again: It is up to support professional to devote the necessary time to listen to him and seek the solution to their purchase requisitions.

You should also think that depending on the features of your product or service, will be needed some explanations, recommendations that require more time, patience, but as always depend on each customer in concrete and its case.

Haste the solution should not be the same time to listen to the customer for two reasons: the attendant need to have clear understanding of the issue and the customer needs to feel that you are being served with dedication.

Listen to attention are the main actions. Ask questions and give close attention to responses is essential. The redirection should be avoided to the maximum. Again, training is essential in this case.

Use technology to reduce waiting times.

Good support professionals can accomplish great things when well trained, valued, etc., but they don’t make miracles. The technology should also make life easier, both customers and professional customers.

A good help desk software can make a big difference and so is investment in the company’s reputation and not a cost. Costly it is losing a customer because of poor service.

One of the great tools of a good help desk system is the knowledge base that can be a great ally in time to meet the user with flexibility.

Assists without a doubt to optimize the provision of its services and also increase the productivity of your technicians is through a knowledge base of several known problems that the company has passed and solutions for operational processes.

The main objective of the knowledge base is to obtain and retain the experience acquired by the technicians of the organization and has other advantages which we list for you:

  1.  Shared Knowledge: Once knowledge is shared, all your technicians have access to information and possible resolutions of problems and solutions that occur in the organization.
  2. Service speed: The time to resolve certain incident (if it’s at knowledge base) will be much faster, considering it was analyzed, studied and resolved.
  3. Service standardization: As knowledge is shared, all the technicians can do the same to resolve the incidents reported by the users.
  4. Optimization of the entire team learning: When entering new experiences and knowledge all the staff can improve their knowledge in their respective areas and therefore be more productive.

And the knowledge base can also be made available to your customers / users and will be of great value to them, as they may use this and find solutions and solve trivial problems at any time.

Enough to let your customers waiting the quality of support is compromised signal, promotes feeling of well-being and trust and made correct and efficient manner will cause consumers to recommend the services of your company. Think about it!

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