ManageEngine ServiceDesk Plus (SDP) is the widely popular help desk software loved by IT managers world wide. We are excited to announce the advanced analytics add-on for SDP, powered by Zoho Reports.
Why advanced analytics for SDP?
As IT managers and their teams fight IT fires every day, the effort required to analyze service desk data becomes an additional overhead for them. And IT technicians have to write complex scripts/queries to generate the right reports. Not anymore, because with this integration with Zoho Reports, SDP customers can create fine-grained reports with easy drag-and-drop actions, without writing database queries. The add-on also comes pre-packed with 80+ useful reports and dashboards.
Setting it up
The below slideshow provides step-by-step instructions of how to set up the advanced analytics add-on for SDP.
This is the last post in our series looking at the 5 Big Questions of CRM Systems.
In case you missed the first four posts, make sure you check them out:
1. Who Should Use a CRM System?
2. What is a CRM?
3. Why You Need a CRM System
4. When Should You Implement a CRM System?
In this post, I want to give you some best practices for using CRM.
This is the fourth post in a five part series looking at the 5 Big Questions of CRM Systems.
If you missed the first three posts, you’ll want to check out Who should use a CRM, What is CRM and Why You should use CRM.
This post will discuss when you should implement CRM into your business.
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Whatever your process has been, you’re looking for something more. (or you wouldn’t be reading this!) Read more
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Not to worry! We are here to help you get a sneak peek into the admin cheat sheet and let you in on some best habits to keep.
This is the post in a series looking at the 5 Big Questions of CRM Systems.
In the first post, we answered who should use CRM and in the second post I gave you five ways to start using Zoho CRM immediately.
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Customizing a survey to match your brand can be done in a flash and, participants can recognize your label right away. To get better responses, you can also host the survey on your domain.
Zoho Survey introduces the white label feature to enable you to distribute surveys from your domain.
What is a white label survey?
A white label survey allows only your brand name on your surveys – you won’t find a Zoho Survey logo anywhere on the questionnaire.
Using the white label feature, you will be able to host your surveys on your domain. It requires you to map your domain with Zoho Survey, to distribute surveys carrying your domain name in the web link. Read more
This is the post in a five part series answering the who, what, when, where and why of CRM Systems.
In the first post, we discussed who should use a CRM system. In this post we’ll define CRM.
CRM refers to the system a company uses to analyze customer interactions and measure data throughout the customer lifecycle. The goal of CRM is to improve business relationships with customers through retention and acquisition.
Think of it as a tool you need to manage business relationships, practices and strategies. It goes beyond managing your business contacts by also managing relationships with vendors, and internal sales and marketing teams. Read more