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Roll out live chat straight away
Real-time visitor monitoring
Voice and click-to-call
Web and Email Case Capture
Customizable Dashboards and Reports
Visual SLA Timeline
Custom App Development
Once you have it set up, Desk is a great software that has a lot of options. The customer support is also really good - people are very attentive and won't just treat you differently based on your number of licenses. They want you to adopt the product and succeed. My company used it mainly for a live chat on two different websites, but the main use case is for multiple support people and / or salespeople to have their tickets organized within an organization.
Pros : Attentive, quick, and smart support, SFDC integration and Single Sign On, lots of features and customization available.Routing for different agents, a mobile app for salespeople or support people on the go. You get email notifications on case updates. You can also put different support people into groups so that issues get routed to the right team. The price of the software isn't unreasonable. Some of the tutorial videos are helpful.I would take them up on the free trial to make sure that you get a good sense of it before buying, and make sure you have all your key stakeholders / teams on board with their use cases.
Cons : The Salesforceandgt;Desk integration is a bit polarizing if you want to have integration with both leads and contacts. You have to choose one and it can be a little confusing to set up.You'll probably need some phone support on this element. Having a Salesforce admin is helpful if you're doing the integration - they claim that it's a lot easier than it actually is. Make sure that you know your various use cases for the product in terms of what you will need. I found it weird that you can't answer a live chat within the mobile app. Customization of the look and feel is a little tougher but a web designer can help.
Wednesday 31 December 1969
This is a very intuitive, user-friendly program, both from the front and the backend. Customers will find it easy to navigate when submitting help tickets, searching your knowledge base, following along with troubleshooting guidelines and contacting your live help. Your representatives will find that its straightforward interface makes real time visitor monitoring, ticket and email management, knowledgebase creation and administration and news publishing all quick and convenient. They will also find its calendar, contact and task integration sharing indispensable.More about Kayako
Wednesday 31 December 1969
If you are running a small service center that wants to support your customers via multiple channels I would recommend using Desk.com - or at least investigate it by setting up the first free user.More about Desk.com
Wednesday 03 June 2015
Kayako Use Cases and Deployment ScopeAt StyleEase Software, LLC, we use Kayako as our Support Ticket system. This is mainly used in the support department, but it can also be used for wholesale questions.More about Kayako
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