Help Desk Software

By jett69 ·
I need to chose a new help desk software for my company. The one we are currently using is no longer being supported. Currently, I'm writing a RFI to the vendors.

I need help with the Scope of the Project? This is what I have so far.

? To provide the best support possible to the employees
? To provide IT techs the ability to monitor and record incoming technical issues
? To come to a better understanding of the vendor provided solutions to assist clients implement a single-source Service Desk Software Solution

Thank you

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How about these...

by brian.kronberg In reply to Help Desk Software

- List of required features
- web interface
- easy backup and restore
- SQL backend
- ...
- Support requirements
- online support
- 24x7 800 number
- ...
- Solution database
- Import/export
- Connection to online resources, KB articles etc.
- ...
- Add on modules
- Desktop remote control
- Software inventory
- Workstation configuration management
- ...

Go to the following site and research the features of many of the leading products. Then make your list of required features.

Good luck!

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From Wikipedia

by bharathipriya In reply to Help Desk Software

Check out ManageEngine ServiceDesk Plus. Refer the article from wikipedia about it

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by davidrogers5 In reply to Help Desk Software

Check out Vha-Imcss they have several software solutions I believe will help.

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The Short End of the Stick

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