Say goodbye to manual struggle and hello to a seamless, automated customer service experience! Znuny empowers businesses to streamline operations, boost efficiency, and elevate customer satisfaction by harnessing the power of processes. Learn about signal start events and how they can help your organization.
Maintaining efficient service desk operations is crucial in today's fast-paced business landscape, especially in remote work environments. One powerful tool that can significantly enhance your team's productivity and customer satisfaction is the Znuny add-on - Dashboard Widget Search Profiles. This innovative feature enables seamless collaboration among agents by allowing them to share customized search profiles. In this blog post, we'll guide you through the installation and utilization of this add-on and explore the myriad benefits it brings to your service desk operations.
Using time based one time passwords from an authenticator app to protect your information
Organize your thoughts and ideas before sending an email, and do this in easy, manageable steps. Ensure your communication is clear, concise, and professional. Come back to solutions after a break or peer review so your emails always hit the mark.
"Once You Pop You Can't Stop" is an iconic tagline that has been used by several snack brands to promote their products. This catchy phrase refers to the irresistible feeling of craving that occurs after the first bite of a crispy and flavorful snack. In this same way, Znuny becomes an irreplaceable system in your organization. As this happens, more and more departments may decide they want to join the party. This is when you make the decision, integrate or segregate.
When recording a process, you have an initial reporter. This limitation is now gone with this one pro tip! Use this trick to add one or multiple addresses to an initial process dialog so that the resulting article will provide for a "Reply to all" to be used. Save time and resources today!
When we think about incident reporting, the first association is often with IT-related disruptions. However, incident reporting holds equal significance for non-IT incidents that can occur in various aspects of an organization's operations. From workplace accidents to customer service mishaps, non-IT incidents demand a structured approach to reporting and resolution. Let's explore the positive and negative impacts of incident reporting in non-IT contexts.
The incident record and classification are two essential components of the ITIL framework for managing IT services. In this blog post, we will explain what they are, why they are important, and how to create them in Znuny.
Tracking how often a customer is passed on to other departments can help businesses identify areas where they can improve customer service. It can also help businesses identify which departments are struggling to meet customer needs and which are excelling. By tracking this metric, businesses can take steps to improve their customer service and ensure that customers are satisfied with their experience. Let Znuny help you with the “Hot Potato” web service.
Decisions are required daily, whether it is access, something financial, a policy, or just a change in your infrastructure. It is time-consuming to prepare the details for the decision-makers. And then, the next hurdle is there: waiting for the approval.
For these situations and others, we created our TicketApproval add-on to make life for all of us more convenient.
Digital forms are becoming more popular in many industries and sectors. They offer several benefits over paper forms. Move to Znuny and half the battle is won.
Like with every other application, it's essential to know how your Znuny instance is doing. Besides the technical health of the server that your Linux administrators should be aware of, there are more things to check for when running a Znuny instance.
We use Icinga2 to monitor our infrastructure, internal development server, and hosted Znuny instances. There are many other monitoring systems like Nagios, CheckMK, etc. It does not matter which one you use, but it matters that you use one.
What does it mean to take ownership of your work? Taking ownership means being responsible for your actions, decisions, and results. It means being accountable for the quality and outcome of your work, whether it is good or bad. It also means being proactive in finding solutions to problems, seeking feedback, and improving yourself. Let Znuny help you be successful by taking ownership.
Customers love personality in an organization. They buy you, and Znuny can help you keep your individuality by integrating your corporate identity in your communications.
Your organization offers an overgrowing pallet of services. Customers of your organization rely increasingly on specialists who are capable and willing to manage their requests. Large international teams, mall decentralized offices and agile teams with many roles per individual: All of these require flexible, reliable and self-sufficiency. Znuny's Agent Dashboard, is the start of a well-organized day.
Your service desk is a treasure trove of data about teams, customers, services, service-level agreements, and so forth. Enhance your experience by adding queue preferences, which allow your administrator to record important information related to your queues.
Globalization makes multilingual support more crucial than ever. Where other tools rely on AI for processing user language, Znuny uses the customer's preferred language to sort the ticket with minimal setup and no external services required.
Internal naming conventions become more cryptic, the larger your organization gets. It mustn't even be international growth which drives your organization to using such names HHN_XHR-DevOP3.. Znuny has the solution, to get your customers to the right department using the customer portal.
Add-ons make an already great software, even better. With the announcement of Znuny 7, we've heard many great things and are happy to address the issue of add-ons with today's release of the first public add-ons for Znuny 7.
The customer portal is a top feature that your customer users will love. E-mail is a great way to channel customer service requests into your service desk, and Znuny is great with E-Mail. Did you know that Znuny has a customer portal, which is ready to use and brand out of the box?
We say goodbye to Znuny LTS 6.0 and welcome Znuny LTS 6.5.
After a long-time in the making, we are proud to release the second long-term support release for the product family Znuny. In this LTS Version, we've included new features, continued improving the code base, and delivered the most stable version of Znuny LTS.
We will provide two years of security and bug fixes for this version.
You are invited to download and try out the Znuny 7 Preview release. We have set up a new repository in our Gitlab account for this purpose. Please make sure to read the README before using the software, as it is a limited release.
We welcome any feedback you may have, and you can submit it by creating issues.
Please keep in mind that this is a developer preview, intended for our developers to begin porting their modules to Znuny 7.
We are excited for you to test the new features and provide feedback on them as well.
Many times a user will invite a service agent to an appointment. As agents use a central e-mail address this appointment will be attached to the ticket as an appointment file. The details from the invitation can only be seen if you download it and opened the raw file or if you include it in a local calendar.
It is now 4 months ago that we maintain our fork. And we are very proud of what we have achieved since then.
The numbers in the headline are describing the activities of the last weeks since our last release: 6.0.33.
- 6 contributors
- 12 new GitHub stars
- 17 merged pull requests
- 10 active issues
Even at the forum we got more and more active users and an increasing amount of new posts.
Life is returning to the community, after years not being able to actively participate in this open-source project.
What we have experienced in the last weeks can be described as a crazy ride on a roller coaster.
From the first announcement that the community edition of OTRS in version 6 is end-of-life, the decision to create our own LTS variant to ensure continued support for our customers and the community and about the announcement of the original vendor to completely withdraw from the Open Source environment and to disable all repositories on GitHub and download servers.
Suddenly we are now a vendor, and former competitors working now together with us. A huge change in just 3 months.
In April 2018 OTRS AG announced (LINK 1) a change to the release strategy for the product OTRS, for which Znuny GmbH predominantly offers services.
The previously publicly-available product OTRS, consisting of OTRS and the OTRS Business Solution, was rebranded and renamed “OTRS” and “((OTRS)) Community Edition”, respectively.
The branch that formerly operated as “Business Edition” would move forward as “OTRS”. This change took place with the release of OTRS 7 on November 18, 2018.