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How do I streamline our service desk processes? [Episode 11]
Appfire’s Faith Nyamande joins Kerry O’Shea Gorgone to talk about how streamlining service desk processes boosts visibility into workflows and helps you scale, how it improves the end-user experience, what’s required, and how to get started.
Jira rockstar Rachel Wright explains Jira Service Management (“JSM”) vs. Jira Software. We cover feature differences between the two, who should use each program, and some other Jira options that might work for you depending on the work you and your team do.
Faith Nyamande explains the difference between IT Service Management and Enterprise-Service Management and shares examples of what each looks like. Then we cover the benefits of ESM and how to implement it at your organization.
Onder Ozcan talks about Service Level Agreements: what they are, who they’re for, and how to manage them in Jira Service Management and Jira Software.
Appfire’s Vasiliy Kizhaiev joins Kerry O’Shea Gorgone to talk about how automating mundane tasks can make your ITSM team more productive.
Rachel Wright talks about how to design support forms that are user friendly. We get into the process of setting up support forms, and Rachel offers valuable tips.
Rachel Wright talks about change management and ITSM. What if a customer request requires a change to a system or application? Rachel shares valuable advice.
Rachel Wright talks about how you can reply to customer feedback at scale. She explains how to set up processes for handling customer feedback so you don’t miss the opportunity to improve (and so customers don’t feel ignored).
Rachel Wright shares some cautionary tales (and tips on how to avoid turning into one yourself), and address what information is safe to put in your applications.
Rachel Wright talks about customer feedback forms: how make them easy to complete, user friendly, and how to ask the right questions. We get into what field types you use to collect data, and a few things to avoid.
Rachel Wright talks about how you can use tools to make sure your organization is using (and responding to) customer feedback to improve your product or service.
Last updated: 2022-06-26