The Association for Technical Support Professionals

An efficient support center is good for business. We help you better connect with customers by providing career development that leads to success. That's why HDI is the association where technical support professionals belong.

 
 
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Happy Holidays, HDI Members! Just sending along an end-of-year reminder to submit feedback on your HDI membership! As a way to continuously improve our membership offerings, we want your feedback. If you haven't done so this year or it has been a few quarters since you took the member feedback survey, please do so now. We appreciate your anonymous feedback! Please take some time to share your ideas, thoughts, kudos, or concerns-we review member comments, so we can make improvements for our members. [More]

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What criteria are all you using in your ticket system to track and run reports on FCR metrics? ------------------------------ Dan Krage Director Netsmart Solon OH ------------------------------

From : Communities>>Ask Your Network
Hi Michael, Congratulations on being nominated for HDI Team Award. Saw the name, and thought I'd post a reply. We are currently using an open source email based ticketing tool which has limited reporting. Instead of using first contact resolution, our Team is focusing on First Level Resolution. There are some good articles within HDI that speak to First Level Resolution. With changing technologies, and clients using multiple channels for support, the First Level Resolution may be a more power metric [More]

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