The Help Desk is a set of tools and methods that help them accelerate the process of responding to clients and people who have request or need help. In the Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) companies that want to obtain ISO / IEC 20000 or implement IT Service Management, the Helpdesk can provide a centralized service and provide grounds for joining a larger Service Desk.

How it works.

Helpdesk systems generally use several internal modules, some of which are for inter-organizational communication and others for non-organizational communications. In fact, a comprehensive helpdesk system can be implemented both for service requests both within the organization and outside the organization. Generally, these systems provide a variety of ways, such as the software panel, email, telephone, and so on.

The user enters the problem in the app and the app gives him a Ticket Number containing details of the problem he poses. If the first group of supporters can fix the problem, the problem is resolved and closed and the solution to the problem will be recorded on the ticket for further reference. However, if the first support group is unable to solve the problem, the ticket is updated by them and the second group is referred for support.

In mid-1990s study by Middleton at The Robert Gordon University, it became clear that many organizations realized the real value of the Helpdesk and turned to use the Help Desk, not because the program They produce a unique tracking code, but because all applicants' requests are tracked from a common point between the applicant and the support staff.

 Large desk help has different levels to respond to different requests. The First-Level HelpDesk has been created to answer common questions or provide a knowledge base or FAQ. Generally, an incident tracking system is being implemented for very large numbers of calls. If the Issue is not resolved in the first-level, the scale of the ticket will be enlarged to the next step (second-level), which will meet the requirements for solving a more serious problem. Also, note that organizations have a higher level (third-level) that is usually related to software needs, such as updates and bug-fixes affecting customers.

Help Desks usually have a person or team responsible for managing the tickers that they call Queue Managers or Queue Supervisors, In Kayer's ticketing software, it's possible to automate allocation based on well-defined patterns, and it's possible to automate the entire process of assigning tickets, and eliminates manpower. Ticket Manager is responsible for handling ticketing queues, which can be done in a variety of ways depending on the size and functionality of the HelpDesk program. Generally, large helpdesks have different support teams, each team having experience working on different issues. The queue manager distributes the ticket on the two bases, first received request, second the support teams expertise. Some Help Desk systems have an ACD Split phone system that is used to ensure that the request arrives and is registered, for future reference.


Some HelpDesks allow customers to handle their problems in the agreed upon time frame, which is generally referred to as the SLA, and the Youtaab software can easily give you the power to implement the types of SLA you need.

Note that all of the HelpDesk and IT staff are not in the same location. They can even provide foreign contractors who provide customer service and maintenance to the HelpDesk owner.

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