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    Running Your IT Helpdesk with Salesforce Service & Support Running Your IT Helpdesk with Salesforce Service & Support Presentation Transcript

    • Running Your IT Helpdesk with Salesforce Service & Support Brad Harrington, salesforce.com, Product Mgmt Mitch Shaw, salesforce.com, Sales Engineering John Beattie, salesforce.com, IT Application Support Michael Morriss, salesforce.com IT Desktop Services Track: Service & Support Executives
    • Safe Harbor Statement
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    • Agenda
      • Welcome & Introductions
      • Typical Helpdesk Scenarios
      • Demonstration
      • How Salesforce.com Uses Salesforce Internally
      • Questions and Answers
    • Thousands of Customer Success Stories
    • Typical Helpdesk Scenarios
      • Track Internal IT Tickets
        • Route issues to the appropriate reps and queues
      • Asset Management
        • Track hardware and software assigned to each employee
      • Change Management
        • Ensure IT Infrastructure changes are documented & approved
      • Human Resources Processing
        • Onboarding of new employees; benefits; terminations
      • Facilities Requests
      • Employee Self Service Portal
        • Allow employees to serve themselves
      How are Helpdesk customers using Salesforce today?
    • Complete Closed Loop Service
      • 1 . Identify Employee
      • CTI Screen-pop, Email, Web
      • Employee Portal
      • 2 . Record Transaction
      • Ticket management
      • Routing and Escalation
      • 3 . Research & Resolve Issues
      • Suggested Solutions
      • Asset Management and Discovery
      • 5 . Close Case
      • Reports
      • Dashboards
      • SLA Management
      CLOSED LOOP
      • 6 . Follow up
      • Surveys
      • Employee Satisfaction
      • Employee Portal
      • 4 . Communicate Solution
      • Knowledge Base
      • Email Templates
      • Workflow Alerts and Notifications
      • Dashboards and Analytics
      • Employee needs his password reset
        • “ One and done” scenario
      • Employee reports issue with laptop battery
        • Asset Management and Discovery
      • Employee checks ticket status and resolves issue via the Employee Portal
        • Call deflection
      Salesforce Helpdesk Demonstration
    • John Beattie IT Operations / Application Support Michael Morriss IT Operations / Desktop Services
    • Salesforce.com IT Department
      • Manages hardware, network and application access and support for 2000 employees and contractors
      • Worldwide locations, with approximately twenty IT support personnel in US, EMEA, APAC and JAPAN
      • Workflow involves interdependent processes between IT, Facilities, Human Resources, and Purchasing
      • Resolves approximately 3,000 cases per month
      INDUSTRY: CRM EMPLOYEES: 1,700 GEOGRAPHY: Global PRODUCT(S) USED: Service & Support, 2 downloaded AppExchange applications # USERS: 200 EDITION: Unlimited
    • Salesforce.com IT – Key Challenges
      • Business Challenges
        • Inability to respond “just in time” to New Hires and Terminations, (too many handoffs)
        • Lack of consistent and reportable Change Management processes
        • Inability to manage, prioritize and report on IT’s Project Portfolio
        • Too Many Emails and Spreadsheets
        • Need to Encourage Employee Self-Service
      • Inefficiency, reputation for “dropping the ball”
      • Lack of transparency in priorities and processes
      • Inability to respond effectively to SOX-controlled tasks
      • Inability for auditors to find evidence of compliance
    • The Solution
      • Use Case Record Types for Process Improvement
        • Support reps comfortable with Case Object
        • Record Types let you customize the information captured for a specific process
        • Allows us to enforce workflow rules that match specific processes
      • New Hire and Termination Management
        • Use New Hire record and report to allow parallel setup processes by each department (“pulled” from Supportforce) for onboarding new hires and contractors
        • Auto-assigned tasks for terminations (“pushed” to system owners) to ensure timely execution of HR requests
        • New Hire Report [ Example ]
        • Termination Ticket [ Example ]
    • The Solution
      • Project Portfolios and Prioritization
        • Use Project Record to record key data for project prioritization
        • Regular Prioritization meetings, with reports to quickly pull up projects that need to be ranked and budgeted
        • Report back to business on current portfolio and allocation of resources
        • Project Record [ Example ]
        • Project Portfolio Report [ Example ]
      • Change Management Process
        • Uses the Project Record Type to record and report on changes that are in-scope for SOX
        • Change Advisory Board records approvals in case
        • Easy calendaring, reporting and follow-up for internal and external auditors
        • Project Record [ Example ]
        • Change Calendar [ September ]
    • Metrics-based management
      • Real-time reports to measure success
        • Current and Historical Case Volumes
        • Overview of Current Open Items by Queue and Owner
        • Measurement of Response and Resolution Time
        • Special reports for support initiatives
      • Sample Dashboards
      • Don’t miss these other great Service & Support sessions!!
      • Improving Customer Service with a Branded Self-Service Portal – Tues 3:45pm
      • Stump the Service and Support Pros – Tues 5pm
      • Service & Support Happy Hour – at the W Hotel, Tues 6pm
      • What's New with Winter '07 and Roadmap for Service & Support – Wed,10:15am
      QUESTION & ANSWER SESSION
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