Service Management Software... Redefined
KnowledgeDesk employs a practical new approach to knowledge-centered service (KCS) and ITIL in an easy-to-use and cost effective cloud-based software solution. We call it Knowledge-Centered Service Management.
KCSM transforms ITSM ticketing into a knowledge-centric, data-driven, decision-making system that enables IT organizations to continually identify and eliminate the root cause of the incidents impacting their customers. Although fully-compliant with KCS and ITIL, KCSM is more practical and easy-to-use.
Learn more about the capabilities of KnowledgeDesk below.
KnowledgeDesk Knowledge Management is a fully-compliant KCS system that enables organizations to create, manage, search, share and use articles to resolve customer tickets. Use Knowledge Management as a standalone application to capture and reuse organizational knowledge, or use Knowledge Management with KnowledgeDesk's Help Desk to empower your service desk or customer service team.
KnowledgeDesk Help Desk transforms traditional customer support and help desk environments by empowering them to reuse and leverage knowledge articles as tools to resolve customer tickets, decreasing average time-to-resolution, decreasing organizational costs and improving customer satisfaction. Moreover, by reusing knowledge in the resolution of help desk inquiries, organizations are able to more quickly identify the root cause problems driving customer issues.
KnowledgeDesk Administration is the IT Manager's new best friend, providing robust capabilities to manage users and permissions; organization locations and structure; article and ticket configurations and assignments; service level agreements and priorities; and application branding.
KnowledgeDesk Service Management is an integral component that supports Knowledge Management and Help Desk capabilities by enabling organizations to create and manage services through their lifecycle.
Service Level Management
Create and manage service level targets and assign service level priorities to each article and ticket to govern automation of ticket handling, including routing, prioritization, due dates and escalations, and measurement and reporting of performance relative to service level commitments.