Service desk definition
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What's the difference between a service desk and a help desk? A service desk is a single point of contact within the company infrastructure. It is primarily an IT function. A help desk, on the other hand, is intended for the customer or end-user to provide troubleshooting, guidance, and customer service. Both of these single point services require a management system that can prioritize, track, and solve customer support tickets.
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- Multilingual. Localized support content in over 40 languages can be dynamically applied everywhere – automations, macros, triggers, and knowledge base articles.
- Multibrand. Unique help centers, support channels, and business rules for multiple brands, regions, or products managed within a single help desk.
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