Handle Help Desk & Incidents with Slack‍

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Falit Jain
July 8, 2024
5 min read

Handle Help Desk & Incidents with Slack

Handle all requests and incidents with ease without having to switch windows.

‍What are we looking for?

Managing incidents and help desk operations with IT Service Management (ITSM) or Jira Service Management (JSM) can be challenging due to the need for seamless integration, real-time updates, and efficient communication across teams. Ensuring accurate ticket categorization and prioritization is crucial to handle incidents effectively. Additionally, maintaining detailed logs and audit trails for compliance and accountability, while managing user permissions and access controls, adds complexity to the workflow.

Pagerly - Jira + Slack

Pagerly is at the forefront of AI-driven solutions for Slack, revolutionising workflow management with its innovative platform. 

As the leading AI Slack app, Pagerly streamlines team operations by effortlessly creating rotations, optimising schedules, and enhancing collaboration within the workspace. 

With its intuitive interface and advanced algorithms, Pagerly empowers teams to maximise productivity and efficiency like never before.

If there are some teams or tasks you would prefer not to schedule on PagerDuty, Jira, etc.

You can make these Round-Robin Rotations directly within Slack using Pagerly.

Users, groups of users, and teams can all be rotated.

Features

Prioritisation and SLAs

Implement prioritisation and Service Level Agreements (SLAs) for incident resolution.

Knowledge Base Integration

Provide access to a knowledge base for quicker issue resolution.

Reporting and Analytics

Generate detailed reports and analytics on incident and help desk performance.

User-Friendly Interface

Offer an intuitive interface for both agents and end-users.

Security and Compliance

Ensure secure incident management and compliance with industry standards.

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