IT leaders are constantly looking for ways to bring about positive change in their organisations and one cannot deny that cloud-based technology is a part of that. Consequently, more help desk managers are opting to introduce online IT help desks to ensure that their customers receive the required support quickly and efficiently. Below is a list of reasons why deploying technologies like Giva's IT help desk can be advantageous:
Recently, the IT Service Management (ITSM) world has seen an increased focus on self-service IT. An increasing number of organisations are taking it on as a stronger and more beneficial approach in ITSM for a wide range of reasons. Self-service opens up unrivaled opportunities in both CS (Customer Service) and internal processes. Here are some of the benefits that may be expected by integrating self-service IT into your operations:
Asset management and tracking software programs are critical components of organisational maintenance and development. If implemented correctly, they can minimise administration costs, centralise business processes, enhance customer service (CS) and strengthen an organisation's functions. The following is a list of areas in which asset management and tracking software can help your organisation:
The decisions you make when onboarding cloud/SaaS vendors can determine the fate of your organisation. It is critical that you are well informed on the software solutions your business needs and whether or not the vendor can provide you with the best software, security and services. Here is a list of the most important questions to ask potential software providers to help you make that decision more confidently:
While it is quite normal for businesses to evolve and change for the sake of improvement, sometimes employees may lose sight of the bigger picture. The lines become blurred and needs arise for something to keep organisational processes under control and assist staff in having a smooth transition. Change can alter the fundamentals of an organisation including the tasks that a job position entails, the organisation's business model, its structure and business operations. This is where change management software comes in. Below is a list of reasons why such software is vital for an evolving organisation:
Each year, CIO events become increasingly valuable in providing opportunities to network, learn and collaborate on cutting edge technology and initiatives. As a service to our customers, Giva has compiled the following list of upcoming CIO events occurring in the UK throughout the remainder of 2018:
The key to a seamless customer experience (CX) is that the buyer does not even notice the experience. The transaction should be so effortless and natural, to the point that customers barely feel it. Ironically, these experiences are often the most memorable and make customers come back for more. Below is a list of ways that can assist businesses in developing more seamless CX for their clients:
Though overall customer service in the UK has improved, statistics from the recent 2017 report by the Institute of Customer Service show that there has been an increase in customer effort and disputes with organisations. This means that while things are looking up for the industry, there is much room for improvement. Here are four ways to do that:
Now that Britain has voted to leave the European Union, a cloud of questions has risen inquiring about issues ranging from the economy to culture. Since new laws and regulations have been passed for the European Union (EU), many are left confused as to what rules apply to them and which ones do not. An important regulation that cannot be forgotten is the upcoming General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR).
Currently, the United Kingdom's Data Protection Act governs how personal information is processed and used by organisations and the government. The Data Protection Act is especially relevant to businesses that rely on IT software to store data and information.
Enacted in 1998, the Data Protection Act sought to improve data privacy standards and enable citizens to access and control their personal information. With the exception of national security or criminal concerns, all organisations that store any "identifiable" information, such as names, addresses, or emails, must follow the Data Protection Act and pursue the necessary measures to protect the data and security of users. According to the government's website, there are stronger legal protective measures and repercussions associated with more sensitive information, such as ethnicity, political beliefs, and health.