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Customer satisfaction Surveys for Service Desk and IM?

 
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javierarcal
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 31, 2006 7:02 pm    Post subject: Customer satisfaction Surveys for Service Desk and IM? Reply with quote

Hi All.

I am right now implementing Service Desk function and Incident management, as you know to obtain a great maturity level (about 5 in these ITIL process and ITIL function) is necessary to implement customer satisfaction surveys and study trends and results of these surveys.

Please do you have any template or example you may could share to elaborate these surveys in a useful way?

Please write to me (javier.arcal@gmail.com)

Best Regards

javier
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itilimp
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 01, 2006 8:14 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi, we do call closure surveys so I'll make a note to send a copy home to reply more fully tomorrow evening Smile
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javierarcal
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PostPosted: Sat Sep 02, 2006 12:34 am    Post subject: Thanks and some Example CSS Questions Reply with quote

Thanks ITILMP!
I Have found these questions from the Out-of-the-box of a comercial tool:


Assesments Rating (1-10)
The problem was
solved yo your satisfaction?

The service was provided in a
timely manner?

The technician was able to
solve the problem?

The technician was helpful
and professional?
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Moloko
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 28, 2006 5:38 am    Post subject: Could you please send it to me to? Reply with quote

itilimp: Would you be ever so kind to send them to me too?
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Renzo
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 28, 2006 12:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

You are forgetting technician's cordiality & knowledge.
We evaluate that at work.
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itilimp
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 02, 2006 8:20 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi all,

Sorry for the delay! These are the questions we currently ask on our call closure surveys:

1. How do you rate the technical knowledge of the Support Officer
who served you?
2. How do you rate the speed of the resolution?
3. How do you rate the quality of the call resolution supplied to you?
4. How do you rate the general attitude of our support staff?
5. Please rate your overall Helpdesk experience on this occassion.
6. If someone had to visit your workstation, did they arrive when
agreed?

Questions 1-5 can choose from:
Very Unsatisfied
Unsatisfied
Satisfied
Very Satisfied
and have the option to add comments for each if they wish.

Question 6 is a straight yes/no, again with space for comments if they wish.

You have to be careful about what you draw from the results, but we've found it particularly reassuring as a counterbalance to those that vocally complain about service when it seems the majority (of respondents anyway!) are pretty happy. Of course, you have to watch the response rates as if they tail off significantly it could indicate many things, e.g.:
- the surveys are too frequent
- the feedback and their usage isn't passed on to the users themselves
- service is so bad and nothing changes so they can't be bothered to complete the survey
- service is so good and they've already told us so, so can't be bothered to complete the survey
The list goes on.

We also surveyed 6 months into a launch of a consolidated virtual help desk to ascertain people's feelings which featured a different set of targetted question.

Whatever you use, know what your objective is, how you are going to use the information, then follow through (need management support on this one).

Hope that helps!
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