Managing large volumes of service requests can be daunting, as you need to pay attention to what the requirement is for each request. Similarly, you must verify when it came in, what its priority is, and who it needs to be assigned to so that it can be promptly taken care of. To streamline your operations and provide optimal services, at Monitor 24-7 inc., we offer an all-inclusive service management solutions.
While service management tools like IncidentMonitor are typically used for IT support, they aren’t limited to this area of business. At Monitor 24-7 inc., we have seen an increasing number of clients use our solution to help other departments and make use of its features to manage, control, and report on incoming questions. Any department that deals with incoming questions from customers (both internal and external) needs to answer these questions in a timely fashion. And, to ensure quick responses, one can use a service management tool!
Service desk software is designed to organize customer support for businesses and simplify it for their clients. However, incorrect application of this software can lead to added complications and no benefits. To help you avoid situations like these, Monitor 24-7 inc. has put together a list of the three most common mistakes companies make when implementing service desk software.
Every industry has its own language and terms. These words and phrases can be confusing to anyone who is not part of the daily operations of a specific industry, and the IT service management business is no exception.
We recently decided to move our corporate SaaS IncidentMonitor environment to Microsoft’s Azure platform. In doing so we thought it may prove beneficial to others to recount our experience moving IncidentMonitor to Azure.
It’s 2018 and we still hear people mentioning this pain point. Over the years our industry has had much discussion about management of out-of-band data. You know, those direct-to-the-agent emails, corporate wikis that somehow become our responsibility and the dreaded walk-ups or fly-bys.
What is policy based service management ? We’ve been talking about it for years. It’s the most important aspect of any Service Management Framework/Application that can guarantee consistent/repeatable service delivery.
Ok, so we have quite a few vendors jumping on the AI/Machine Learning band wagon in the last few months (you know who!!).. It’s quite frustrating as these guys make it sound like they invented AI for the service management space.
We are excited to announce a new release of IncidentMonitor™. With IncidentMonitor™ 9.7.3 we, again, have improved our user experience with a refreshed look and feel including many new enhancements and improvements.
With the economy going more digital every day a clear and seamless return policy is necessary to retain existing customers and acquire prospective customers. A significant percentage of consumers say a clear Product Return Policy influences their decision to buy from a vendor.
With the release of IncidentMonitor™ 9.7 we further improved our user experience with updated preview windows, enhanced calendar views, Asset Scheduling for loan type of assets like meeting rooms, projectors, laptops, scheduling of recurring events, better control of tasks,
Check out the busy month we've had. A new release of IncidentMonitor - Version 9.7.35. New Support Video Information and New Flexible Licenses and news about What's Coming! It's all in our August News.