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Helpdesk app is focused on managing customer requests from numerous sources. These sources may include business email addresses or custom forms published anywhere on the web. Advanced routing uses actions to move requests from one state to another while they are being processed. A workflow schematic makes it easy to visually follow the request routing. This innovative workflow technology simplifies complex request processing. Cross-workflow transitions make it possible to scale instantly to any business size. No "per-agent" fees or any other fees make this the best help desk value on the market today.
In any actively operating business, clients have comments or queries about all sorts of issues. Customers always want to ask you a question. All you need to do is to create a comfortable environment for them to do so, encouraging your clients to return to you again at least for a little consultation and then often ordering something else!
What does it mean to process a request? In the simplest case, when you have received a request from a customer, all you need is to send a reply. However, that is not always possible because a request may require attention of a technical specialist or approval from higher management.
In large companies, customer requests are often filtered by theme and forwarded to the appropriate departments: technical, legal, accounting, etc. Once assigned to a department, the requests are then forwarded to individual specialists in charge of handling such queries. This complex process can be managed only by using a well-organized request-processing scheme. This is why Helpdesk utilizes the workflow concept as its core.
Imagine a river—a flow of customer requests. With Helpdesk's special instruments (actions) any request within this flow can be directed in the desired direction; e.g., replied, forwarded to a specialist (discussed), deleted (i.e., spam), or closed without reply.
Execution of any action on a request can move the request to another state or leave its state unchanged, and this depends on the specific action. For example, if you have just received a request, it is new. After you reply to the customer, the request becomes closed. Should the customer decide to ask you something else in relation to a closed request, that request becomes reopen. It becomes closed again after you send an additional reply to the customer.
A different example is the "add comment" action, which does not change the state of a request. Suppose that you have received a request and are not ready to provide a detailed reply right away; however, you want to add a note for yourself, i.e., add a comment to the request, which will be useful later when you have enough information to complete a reply. Adding a comment is also an action, but in this case it does not change the request state: if it was new before, it will remain so with a comment added.
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