Jul 05 2019 02:11 AM
Jul 05 2019 02:11 AM
I am exploring Teams to if this could be used as Service/Support/Helpdesk solutions ?
Please provide with your expert suggestion on for this sort Teams Usage
Jan 19 2021 08:34 PM
I get it relies upon the usefulness you need and the yields. On the off chance that you mean could it be utilized as a gathering for clients and visitors to have their inquiries replied to? Indeed, it could and I realize a few organizations today doing this. Will Teams work like a develop uphold application like Zendesk? At that point, the appropriate response is no at the current time. It doesn't presently permit things like case/ticket the executives for instance. It can't write about SLA's, it wouldn't have the option to give clients a report on the status of their request or issue.
Notwithstanding, you can coordinate applications like ZenDesk with Microsoft Teams - and I realize that the Microsoft group is thinking about accomplishing something like this later on.
So all things considered, I would state at the current time I would utilize an application, for example, Zendesk, and fitting it into Teams as to attempting to cause Teams to accomplish something it lacks highlights for to offer an excellent help/helpdesk experience for the two clients and the clients.
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Jan 27 2021 01:00 PM
@Himanshu Singhas many others said, it all depends on what you want to accomplish. If you want to run a full service desk like you have in big corporates, with, say, tens or hundreds of service desk agents, and thousands or tens of thousands of end users, then that organization probably already has an ITSM ticketing solution in place (such as ServiceNow, BMC Remedy, Jira, etc) and would be looking for an integration between Teams and that existing platform. In such case, a "single point of contact" could be made available via Teams to all the employees of such big corporate, under the form of a Teams App. When starting a chat session through that App, a chatbot could be triggered, ideally supporting multiple languages and automatic translation, and capable of Natural Language Processing. That chatbot could help users - based on how it was configured- and create or update tickets in the company's ITSM platform automatically, or, if needed, it could transfer the chat to a "human" service desk agent (depending on agent's skills and availability). On the selected agent's side, the chat would popup with an embedded support ticket from the ITSM ticketing tool and would provide several automations between the chat session and the ticket (such as pre-filling the employee's info or attaching transferred files automatically). Of course, this is a huge thing to build, but such solutions already exist: express-desk (www.express-desk.com) does all this and even more.
May 16 2021 02:50 AM
Jun 29 2021 08:47 AM
We wanted to tackle this and ended up building a fully integrated service request desk for Microsoft Teams (Jetdocs.io). It includes 75 templates out-of-the-box for business units like HR, IT, Finance, Legal etc. It's both a tab application which serves as the request portal/catalog as well as a bot application that sends notifications for new requests, comments and activity. I'd love to get your thoughts! Thank you.