Benefits of uniting your services
With one go-to service point, it’s a no-brainer where customers can go for help. This not only increases transparency, it’ll make your customers’ experience skyrocket.
Bringing your service teams together boosts communication, making it easier to share tasks, workflows, best practices and knowledge - and ultimately help customers better.
Higher ROI and lower costs
Sharing the workload means operational costs go down. And you’ll also spare the expense of department-specific tools.
Higher quality of services
Using the strengths of each department means you'll solve problems faster, leaving more time for larger improvements like knowledge-centered service.
One-stop-shop for all service requests
- Log any question or request they have, no matter the topic. A ticket is automatically sent to the right team or agent, and customers can track the status via the portal.
- Browse a webshop-style service catalog and request services, from room reservations to contract changes.
- Find answers to straightforward questions thanks to the knowledge base and FAQs.
One small step towards shared services
Let’s face it: Enterprise Service Management isn’t just about sharing tools. It also means collaborating on how you deliver your services. What this means? Well, if you’re ready to bring your services together, you can:
- Start applying best practices from each team
- Set communal goals
- Create reports that cover the goals of multiple teams
- Manage expectations and enforce SLAs.
With your processes aligned, you’ll be able to give your customers a better experience while freeing up valuable resources to invest in other areas.