Fast, effective service that delivers happy customers.
Assign Service Level Agreements (SLAs) to each customer and support case to effectively manage your response priorities. Each SLA can be set with multiple case levels using different target response times, identify urgent support cases as well as your priority customers.
You can create custom SLAs allowing you to set case type, case levels and rankings that correspond with your business terminology and requirements.
Setting Service Level Agreements will help you create a customer-centric strategy for your business.
Exceed customer expectations with efficient and organised support.
Create custom SLAs using your company’s terminology to prioritise your cases.
Set multiple case levels and rankings to determine the priority one SLA has over another.
Simple “traffic light” priority indicators to class cases as red, amber or green as the open time elapses.
Add target response times to case levels to monitor your overdue cases.
Customise your service level agreements for personalised support.
You can create custom SLAs to fit your business requirements, using the terms you use. You might set a “Standard” SLA and then have two higher priority SLAs called “Plus” and “Premium”. Then set case levels within each SLA and values that will increase the priority of the case the longer it has been waiting. Using a “traffic light” system, the case priority moves from green to amber and then to red, as time elapses from when it was opened.
Each SLA can have multiple case levels so you can determine the priority one SLA has over another. For example, you might give each SLA case levels of Low, Medium and High, then set the time after opening the case that it will turn from green to amber, and then to red.
Setting case rankings within each SLA case level means you can determine how a case is sorted against other cases. You can set rankings that will over-ride higher level SLAs if a case is critical. For example, a customer with a “Standard” SLA but a critical issue could be ranked higher than a customer with a “Premium” non-critical issue.