When a customer encounters an issue or requests assistance, they submit a ticket through the helpdesk tenant (https://helpdesksitename.raiseaticket.com). The ticket should include details such as the customer's name, contact information, a description of the issue, and any relevant attachments or screenshots.
Once the ticket is received, it is assigned to a support agent or team by their admin. The assignment may be based on factors such as the agent's expertise, workload, or availability.
The assigned support agent reviews the ticket and provides an initial response to acknowledge receipt of the issue. The response typically includes a ticket number for reference and an estimated timeframe for resolution.
The support agent checks the reported issue, gathers additional information if necessary, and performs troubleshooting steps to identify the root cause of the problem.
The support agent maintains regular communication with the customer to provide updates on the progress of the ticket. This can be done through email, a customer portal. Updates may include status changes, additional information requests, or proposed solutions.
If the issue requires additional expertise or resources beyond the initial support agent's capabilities, the ticket may be escalated to a higher-level support team or specialized technician.
Once the issue is resolved, the support agent communicates the solution to the customer and confirms that the problem has been resolved satisfactorily. The ticket is then marked as resolved or closed in the helpdesk system.
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