Collaboration & Knowledge Capture within Technical Support Groups #call-center #collaboration #knowledge-capture
Peter Dorfman <pdorfman@...>
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base component of precisely this function. --
ticketing/tracking component will be handled by BMC's Remedy, but any number of
other tools for trouble-ticketing or bug-tracking (including one that Atlassian
markets, called Jira) would work well. If "no context switching between tools" is
a firm requirement, Salesforce or RightNow would be good high-end solutions;
Numara's Footprints is good at the mid- to low end.
On Mon Nov 24 11:15 , 'gjagai' <firstname.lastname@example.org> sent:
Hi, Gian -
You can also try Salesforce.com
It looks as if they have a "force.com" platform that is open, and that extends beyond the "sale" to other channels/interactions.
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On an unrelated issue to my online group tool question.
Does anyone have any recommendations on solutions for customer support
teams to collaborate and capture solutions while in the process of
solving customer questions/issues?
We have call centers around the world that field questions from our
customers. I'd like to see us use a single tool that the support staff
spends their day in (i.e. no context switching between tools) that:
1. Captures the customer ticket/issue
2. Updates to the customer ticket/issue by level 1, 2 or 3 engineers
3. Allows customers to get an update online to their ticket
4. Allows for customer tickets to be routed to the right group after
the initial call
5. Allows the engineer to write up a summary on the solution attached
to the ticket that is then searchable by others for similar problems.
There's probably another 100 or so requirements and associated
solutions that one could come up with. I was hoping that this group
had some previous experiences that they could share to help me narrow
down the possible set of solutions.