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PostPosted: Thu Mar 01, 2018 11:42 pm    Post subject: ITIL tool (software) recommendation Reply with quote

Dear all,

First of all hi to everyone, my name is Javier and I'm project manager for a SaaS company in Chile.

I came here because I'm searching for some experience, recommendations or advices about the tool that I should use to implement incident, problem, change and configuration management. We like Zendesk very much because of all it's benefits on the customer experience field (great market place, livechat, chatbot integrated with the knowledge base, social networks integration, etc). Out main goal is to give users an auto-attendant tool for help desk, but also implement the good practices internaly. I was researching about it but it seems that Zendesk is not an ideal tool to run ITIL processes, but may be there are some of you guys that are alredy running Zendesk with some of the ITIL processes that we will implement. If this is not the case, could you please give me some advice or recommendation about what tool should I use based on our expectations? (customer auto-attendant, easy to use, livechat, chatbot integrated with the knowledge base, etc).

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