"Within just a 1 day, I was able to demo your product online, install it locally, buy it, fully import our clients and technicians, build our basic categories, and go live. What a fabulous product! I wish I had found you years ago."Eric Seelye, President/CEO at Empiric Solutions
"I have to say our company was using a higher priced helpdesk and was limited on what we could actually do with the software. Then we found JitBit Helpdesk and the rest is history."Matthew Moore, Jones Plastics
"I would like to thank the great development team you have. I've raised perhaps 30 tickets with feature requests and many of them have already been implemented! You really know customer support and do it very well, keep it up! "Jason Moody, Head of Engineering at Snorkel Europe
"I've been using Jitbit HelpDesk for about 9 months now. The Jitbit group is flexible at implementing requested features and release request updates. It's the best tracker out on the market and I HIGHLY recommend it."Kian Torab / IT Engineer
"Not only has it been a great software solution for our needs, but the team has been very responsive and helpful whenever we needed assistance. I feel like a partner with JitBit, not just another customers."Jared Call, Support Manager
I've recently bumped into several conversations about outsourcing customer support, mostly among bootstrapped software founders who are (obviously) overwhelmed with work.
How should a support agent deal with unresponsive users - who create tickets and then don't respond? ITIL tells us an incident should only be closed by the user who created it. Otherwise the ticket should be put "on hold". But in reality... There's only so much you can do: