Help Desk system is a fully automated trouble call system for the web.
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Wonderdesk is a fully automated trouble call system. Increase your level of customer support by using this script. It will keep your incoming support calls organized and allow your users to track the progress/solution to their support request.
Customers can add a call with or without tracking. Email confirmation is sent to the customer after the call is added. Customers can log back in and see the progress/solution to their call. They can update their calls by adding new information to their previous text. Automatically notified via email when there has been a change to their call.
Completely web based. Log in and continue working from anywhere in the world. No more messy email inboxes. The WonderDesk organizes everything by priority into a database. Saves you time and money by keeping you organized. Allows you to work more efficiently with a simple point and click interface. Admins / Technicians are emailed when a new call has been added. WonderDesk is database driven, easily capable of handling thousands of calls. Call priority can be set to Normal, High, or Emergency. Calls can be assigned to different Admins / Technicians. Date, Time, and Reference # is listed with each call. Progress/Solution box is seen by the user, but the Notes box is only seen by Admins / Technicians. The customers email address, URL, and example URL (if applicable) is hyperlinked for easy servicing. Progress/Solution box is seen by the user, but the Notes box is only seen by Admins. Report screens shows Open calls listed by priority, and Closed calls listed by priority and serviced by Technicians. Calls may be viewed or searched in nearly an unlimited amount of ways.
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Added capability for users to add a call with or without tracking Configured so users can log in and see their own calls only Reference #'s are assigned and users can log back in to see the progress/solution of their call. Users can update their calls by adding new information to their previous text. Calls can be set to Open or Closed status Date and Time is automatically entered with each call. Calls can be assigned to different Technicians. Added Notes box that is only seen by Technicians. The users email address and URL's are now hyperlinked for easy servicing.
Added some button and background images. The look can be easily changed by uploading new images on top of the default images. Table colors will now look just as good in 256 colors. Added more navigational links, including a "Modify this call" link. Added short and long displays for each call. Completely re-built the code. This reduced the size by 1/3 and increased speed of the script. The new tighter code also fixed some html errors. This eliminates the need to enter the modify call screen in order to close the call. Added a new subroutine which now allows a "Close this Call" button. This eliminates the need to enter the modify call screen in order to close the call. Added new code to count the current open calls in the Queue. You will see the amount of Emergency, High Priority,and Normal Priority calls at the Home menu.
What is WonderDesk all about? The Wonderdesk is a fully automated support system for the web. This database cgi-script is designed to organize your incoming support requests. Instead of your customers clicking on an email address, they can now use this automated system to submit any problems they may have. They can also log back in later to check the status or make changes to those requests. The WonderDesk will save you time and money by increasing your efficiency and by keeping your company organized. Since this is web based, you or your technicians can log in from anywhere in the world and continue to work. No more messy email inboxes. The WonderDesk will neatly organize incoming support requests by priority, and it handles all of the emailing back and forth to your customers (user, client, etc.)
What is the typical process? A customer adds a support request to the queue. The customer receives a thank you email, and the admins/technicians are also notified via email of the newly added support request. the techs can then log in, review the request, assign a priority, work on the problem, fill in comments in the progress/solution box. During this time, the customer can log back in and see the status by reading the comment/solution box. Once the techs have completed the support request, an email is automatically sent to the customer notifying them of completion, along with progress/solution comments. Thanks for reading all this info for about our trouble call system!