Does The Help Desk Need Help?

Most Help Desk tasks are reactive in nature, responding to End-Users, perpetually being in catch-up mode to resolve issues that are often similar; but each requires individual intervention. Imagine if the Help Desk had predictive analytics that could view the health of the environment and take proactive measures, before the End-User is compelled to call the Help Desk. Imagine if you could measure the End-User performance in real time and determine if changes are required. UXp can measure changes, upgrades and enhancements at Enterprise scale and predict End-User impact. UXp data can produce trend lines, an effective way to “see” into the future.

UXp offers this capability by instrumenting each Windows desktop to “see” events as they occur.

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