Help Desk Ticketing Systems Training


Help Desk Ticketing Systems Training, Students will gain the required knowledge to properly create and manage support tickets.

Course Description

If your organization is anything like any of ours, there’s always a lot of stuff to do. Vendors need to get paid. Customers need to get invoiced. Staff needs to do work for customers.

Sales inquiries need to be answered. Bugs in hard- or software need to be fixed, and everyone needs to know that they have been fixed. Somebody needs to take out the garbage. And at the end of the day, you’ve got to know who wanted what, who did it, when it got done, and most importantly, what remains undone.

That’s where you need to know how to use Ticketing Systems. Also, This is a common question in IT interviews “Do you know how to assign tickets or how to use ticketing systems”?

  • In this course, you will learn why IT professionals need to know about ticketing systems
  • What types of ticketing systems are in the market
  • Tips for help desk job interviews related to the ticketing systems
  • Hands-on demo on how to create and manage tickets

Who Uses Support Ticket Software?

The users of support ticket software will vary, depending on your organization and the type of support being provided. In some organizations, employees directly tasked with providing support only have access to support ticket software. In other organizations, certain features may be made available to the requesters or end-users in the form of self-service support capabilities. Many organizations also make the data from their support tickets available to business leaders and analysts as a source of insights to drive continuous improvement.

The most common job roles that can benefit from using support ticket software include:

  • Helpdesk agents – The people tasked with responding to in-person requests.
  • Call center staff – The people responding to requests via phone, email or chat capabilities.
  • Support resources – The many people involved in resolving issues.
  • Field engineers – The people tasked with responding to service calls and providing on-site support.
  • Infrastructure operations – The people who manage your facilities and IT systems.
  • Support vendors – External partners contracted to support parts of your business or IT environment.

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