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Exciting news about ServiceDesk Plus' IT asset management module

We’re delighted to announce that ServiceDesk Plus, our flagship IT service management (ITSM) solution, received PinkVERIFY 2011 certification for its IT asset management (ITAM) processes. This adds to ServiceDesk Plus’ existing PinkVERIFY certifications for its incident management, request fulfillment, and change management processes.

SolarWinds Lab Episode #78: Migrating From Ticketing to Full Service

While it would probably be impossible to manage your business's technology or keep users happy without a help desk, there’s a limitation. You’re still interrupt-driven, reacting to a pile of problems and an endless stream of mundane tasks. In an ideal world, you users would self-manage, so you can be more proactive, and focus on the big issues that your business actually cares about. That’s where Service Desk comes in.
zendesk

Upgrade your Suite: Introducing Suite Ready partners

Most companies understand the importance of implementing omnichannel support—however, despite efforts to provide customers with a seamless experience, 85% of organizations still have fragmented channels. This is especially problematic for businesses since a cultural shift is underway, driven by millennials who have little desire to get support over the phone, instead preferring text or messaging channels.

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How A Systems Design Company Uses OneDesk for Customer Communication & Ticketing

Technology is revolutionizing every aspect of our lives, and the health sector is not an exception. The industry is actively blending newer life-saving technologies on an ongoing basis. Research indicates that about 86% of healthcare service providers and related organizations are already using artificial intelligence, and the numbers continue to grow.

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Making CX smarter and more personalized with Zendesk and AWS

Creating more personalized and modernized customer experiences means first understanding the customer experience—that means bringing customer data together from a variety of different sources. It’s a great idea in theory, but it’s also a complicated one. Support professionals understand the need to bring all that data in, but the technical elements are often too costly and complicated to prioritize.