SLA (Service Level Agreement)

Business today relies heavily on the quality of IT services. Degradations in IT Service delivery can be costly and damaging to business. More and more organizations are implementing strict Service Level Agreements to ensure high standards of IT service. Defining Service Level Agreements is even more critical in the case of outsourcing IT. This place tremendous pressure on your HelpDesk technicians to ensure that the required IT service levels are being met.

Features

  • Define SLA rules to distinguish priority requests by Requester, Department or Category.

  • Track SLA compliance using automatic escalations (upto 4 levels) in case of SLA violations at pre-defined time intervals

  • Measure Service level performance using SLA violation reports.

  • Notify technicians at a pre-configured interval before the SLA is violated.

Benefits of SLA

  • Proactive Service level management.

  • Higher customer satisfaction by delivering service as per customer expectations.

  • Better communication with customers on reasonable Service Levels.