It will come as no surprise that a good IT support partner can make a world of difference to how your organisation deals with incidents.
But like many things in life, what does good IT support really look like?
Providing stellar support often boils down to three key things. When assessing a support provider, you’ll be looking for:
But good support often goes beyond these tangible, measurable benchmarks.
For example, we believe the personality of the IT support teams your people deal with also counts for a lot.
From how professional and courteous they are when dealing with users. To the strength of their communication skills when it comes to getting to the crux of the matter, to how effective they are at scoping what’s gone wrong – and why
After all, the highest degree of technical competence will be wasted if your users feel intimidated or uncomfortable when interacting with IT support personnel. Because, if that’s the case, they’ll put off calling for help until a minor issue becomes a big one.
So, from our perspective, here’s what we think good IT support should look like:
Our belief in these key principles is why we’ve crafted our IT support services to bring all these ‘good support’ qualities together.
And why we hand pick our people. So that you get to talk to technical gurus who are also thoroughly nice people – and whose priority it is to guide you to a resolution using language you’ll understand.
If you’d like to experience what great support should really look like, why not get in touch?
With much uncertainty and understandable concern surrounding the current Coronavirus crises, Bell Integration would like to communicate the following message to our valued community. As of Thursday, 19th March, we are:
Open for business and operating as usual.
All Bell employees are present for work, either working from home or from Bell office locations.
Our warehouses in Portsmouth and Wokingham are fully operational.
Our recycling vehicles are continuing to carry out IT Recycling and Data Destruction of Legacy IT equipment.
On a day-to-day basis, we are updating contingency planning in preparation for possible further circumstances.
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