Cloud-based customer service and help desk software designed for B2B technology and software companies with external facing customer support.
TeamSupport is a help desk software built for business to business customer support. Stop losing visibility of your customers and not being able to associate tickets to a company? Our easy to use customer database with parent-child relationships, customizable SLAs, and Customer Health Index help you manage tickets at multiple levels to decrease support costs while improving the customer experience.
Sick of back and forth emails trying to figure out the actual issue? Our built-in screen recording and video live chat make communicating with customers easier so you can resolve issues faster. Looking for something better? Try our B2B focused collaboration tools, advanced reporting, products & inventory, customer self-service, native integrations, and more.
Looking for something better? Try our B2B focused collaboration tools, advanced reporting, products & inventory, customer self-service, native integrations, and more.
Complete Customer Database allows you to see all customer interactions, not just individual tickets. Manage customers at a company or contact level instead of just seeing a collection of tickets. When a customer contacts you, immediately see who else from that company has been in contact, what products they currently have, and manage your customers proactively instead of just reacting to help desk requests. Related tickets feature even allows you to reference separate tickets to each other.
Customizable SLAs have the flexibility to cover multiple SLAs per company or product, account for time zones and holidays, and pause based on set criteria so you never miss a service agreement again.
Real-time Internal collaboration brings visibility to everyone on your team, so you can solve more complicated issues, share information about customers or tickets, keep product developers and sales in the loop for better incident management.
Fully Integrated Screen and Video Recordings enable agents to send detailed instructions, create training videos for the KB, or have your customer make screen recordings of their exact issue.
Intelligent Submission Deflection automatically suggests knowledge base articles when your customer starts describing the problem, often solving the issue without having to create a new ticket
Advanced Customer Service Portal designed to fit right into your website so your customers can get answers 24/7: customers can submit and check up on tickets, search the knowledge base, add screen recordings/attach files, and participate in community forums.
Visual Customer Chat lets agents and customers chat with audio or video to identify and resolve issues faster.
TeamSupport is extremely easy to use, and the default setups allow turn-key use so you can get started right away!
Overall, I like the software as its easy to use and meets our operational needs. The ticket management works well and is easy to use. The tickets are easy to create, assign, and manage. I have set up reports that I run monthly to provide support metrics internally. They were easy to create and are easy to run each month, giving us the metrics we need to understand the types of tickets we get from our customers, the number of tickets created by each customer, and the amount of time our support team spends working the tickets. We interface with Jira when submitting requests to our development team, which was easy to configure and is virtually maintenance free once set up. Team Support also has great documentation that is easy to understand, which I reference whenever I'm implementing something new or have questions.
Ticket management and reporting. UI is easy to use and understand. I really like the email functionality, allowing customers and our support users to create and respond to tickets via email, creating the necessary tracking without having to log into the portal. However, I also like that a self-service portal is available, allowing customers to see the status of all of their issues and requests.
When submitting an issue or request, it often takes a long time for a resolution.
Our company started using TeamSupport several years ago for answering customer support tickets. Previously, we would respond via email which left us no tracking or history and was only available to the email account used to answer the ticket. With TS we can track all responses and have the ability to tag the issues by topic. Being able to insert images is HUGE! Often times we will hear something like "Another rep told us ...". We can quickly click on the customer's company name and see all past tickets and review past responses. I can also quickly see just my responses. Notes can be attached to a customer's account that will pop up whenever they submit tickets.
The reporting feature is not quite as easy as I think it should be. Although I've managed to produce enough basic reports to satisfy my needs.
The learning curve for TS was relatively short. There are a few quirks, that once you figure them out, you can easily move forward - such as each customer must have a unique email address. However, this can be worked around by adding the customer without an email address, then edit their account to add the email.
We have found that TS has significantly reduced the time we spend training new hire employees. The new hires can scroll through previous tickets and review past responses. They can also search specific topics based on tags. Once they are turned loose to answer tickets on their own, they can be marked as private and sent to be reviewed by their mentor, and then released to the customer.
TS has many features to help make life easier - Built-in editor with images & screencast recorder, Water Cooler (internal chat), Chat (for your customers), Knowledge Base Templates (easy to create for repeated use), Wiki (the ability to add internal help articles), Calendar and Reminders, Mobile app, and more.
Complete history tracking, quick training, ability to insert images, knowledge base templates
reports, have to create work arounds for duplicate email addresses, when adding a new customer - if TS can't find the customer I wish it would transfer the data entered into the new customer screen so I wouldn't have to retype everything.
TeamSupport is perfect for IT help desk organizations looking for a web-based solution to help manage and organize their workflow. We tried several different management platforms and found that TeamSupport was simply the easiest both to get started with, and to customize to our particular needs. Other solutions that we looked at either 1) were easy to get started with but didn't offer much in terms of customization or 2) required that you spend days and days organizing & customizing the mass amount of features that had to be set up. TeamSupport was the perfect medium between the two!
Also, I must commend TeamSupport on their technical support. They have an amazing team that is there to help you 24/7. When implementing TeamSupport in our organization they were outstanding at answering any questions we had and were able to assist with getting our customer data imported in one smooth upload.
Furthermore, we were able to import all of our clients into TeamSupport quite easily so that we could then start assigning tickets to existing clients right away. This allows us to go into individual clients and pull down entire ticket histories for that client. This is extremely helpful when you have multiple technicians that often have to provide service for different clients.
This platform is easy to get started with and also very easy to customize. You can create custom fields for just about anything (Clients, Tickets, Products, etc) as well as custom work flows, email templates, automation rules, etc. Out of the box it works great but if there's something you specifically need for your organization, there is undoubtedly a place to configure that in the Admin section.
This platform is in need of an app for mobile devices. The mobile web version works well for top-down view of all tickets, but has issues and is troublesome when trying to drill down into ticket comments. TeamSupport has mentioned in several webinars that a full out mobile app is in the works.
Are you in the market for a ticketing system? How about a real ticketing system that is ready to go – straight out of the box? If that isn't good enough, what if I said that there is such a system that you can also configure and customize to whichever extent that you need?
You would think that the above options are wishful in the “grand design” of any ticketing system, but when it comes down to your company’s needs, what are your options? Should those options be sacrificed between the many choices today? You may have spent countless of hours on research, laborious hours on building a system, under pressure for time, and over budget on costs. When you consider the economy today, there is a lot that can be said on saving yourself from such entanglements.
For those of you familiar with the above scenario, in my world and in many times over, it is said that if you choose not to decide, you've still made a choice. On the flip side, let’s just say if every one of your team members, co workers, and administrators could be satisfied with all of their needs without sacrifice, could this be the very system that you are looking to invest in?
If you are looking for such a system, then look no further than TeamSupport. If it is a turnkey system with no frills and/or If you have just a little knowledge with html, implementing the support portal into your website is a snap. As a matter of fact, TeamSupport makes it extremely easy to setup your portal via i-Frame which is only one html tag. Can this get any easier?
If you really want more advanced features for your portal in which your customers may find useful, Team Support offers both video and documentation support to get you there. For example, if you would really like your customers to click on a link within their email notification that could take them directly to their ticket, documentation, as well as programming scripts are also provided. Explanations on just how to implement these features within your i-Frame are also provided.
Since working with TeamSupport over a two year period within in a very large company setting and watching the application grow from implementation to launch, I still continue to find new discoveries with this extremely powerful application.
Of course, we cannot forget about the main course of the ticketing system itself too: Whether you have a large or small company, TeamSupport just might be what you are looking for. Your customers and clientele will also appreciate just how easy it is to submit a ticket right from your portal. You are also going to love just how easy it is to assign tickets to both individuals and groups too.
Do you need specific tickets to be sent to one individual or a group? TeamSupport’s got it! How about assigning a unique email address for a specific ticket that is assigned to a group or individual? – TeamSupport’s got it! It’s all here, just waiting for you to utilize when needed. Got employees who wear several hats that need to see the same ticket? TeamSupport’s got that too! Simply assign the same person to as many groups as you need so they too can see the same ticket. Again, the possibilities are endless and the ticket feature implementation is painless as well as intuitive.
Overall, it is with no doubt that TeamSupport has truly outdone and thoroughly thought through of what a ticketing system should be for today's and tomorrows corporate demand. The option range, in which you have from a simple setup to a “dream” extreme customization with their powerful API, is unmatched. If this still does not pique your interest, then get ready. The price on this “packing” system is only pennies on the dollar per month. With all of these extreme features packed into this cloud application for such a low monthly cost, it should be illegal.
If you are looking to implement a ticketing system as quickly as possible, then look no further as TeamSupport is a “Turnkey” run by itself system that only requires an email shared/drop box and a quick i-Frame reference in your website. From there, you are ready to setup customers, users and user groups that set the stage to assign tickets to however you need.
When choosing a ticketing system, not only should the above features matter, but the support that is behind it is just as important. From my two year experience in working with Team Support, their application is backed by one of the best and outstanding support teams. No question is too small or great. They have always come back with an answer through their ticket support, or sometimes during the most precarious of situations in which you speak to someone as real as you and who have a great interest in your success.
All together, Team Support rings through and true to its name. It is a powerful system that is backed, written by and supported by those who know what a ticketing system is and should be. Don’t just rely on what I’m saying here though. Team Support offers a two week free trial. Go ahead, give yourself a chance to review this ticketing system yourself to witness the power and control that you can have over this application. Remember, a system is only backed as far as the work that is put into the system itself.
To top this off, you can tell immediately that those at Team Support have put a lot of effort and thought into this powerful and rich application while at the same time backing it up with their support. Without such commitment, support and quality, revolving doors to fruitless needs and costly decisions merely break the true workings, efforts, trust and reliability of what a turnkey and powerful ticketing system should be – Team Support has made our decision easy and a worthwhile investment.
We use it as our one-stop shop for all IT service issues. We utilize a 3rd party provider for network and hardware setup type needs, but our users are now trained to simply use our internal Team Support service desk for all things IT related. We triage and forward to our 3rd party IT provider, as needed, but most things we are able to self serve from our internal IT team. Our users know that we are responding and feel like their IT needs are being serviced much quicker and more accurately the first time.
Setting up Team Support for our use was generally painless. We knew that we needed a cloud-based solution that offered "out of the box" functionality that could grow as our needs changed. We applied the KISS concepts and have tweaked as needed. Tweaking and customization is not complex; it's very straight forward plus we were provided with great coaching along the way. We also love using the Portal and Wiki, and often refer our users to both. And our users have adopted very well for the most part.
It works. Like anything I wish for a couple of minor things. It would be nice if I didn't have to refresh at times to cause a "read" ticket to no longer show as "unread", but eh, that's no big deal in the grand scheme of things.
Support Desk : $50/month per user*
Enterprise: $65/month per user*
*with annual billing
Payments may be made monthly or annually
Free trial - no credit card required
All plans include unlimited support & training
With TeamSupport, your teams will communicate and collaborate better, issues will be resolved faster and your customers will be much happier! Our unique software solution is built with Business to Business (B2B) technology companies in mind, including Product & Inventory tracking features.
Manage customers as a company, not just on a tickets by ticket basis.
Improve resolution time and make sure no issues fall through the cracks.
Stop relying on email and let everyone on your team see everything that is happening in one place.
Identify patterns and flag customers who might be at risk due to high volume of ticket requests.
A web-based Customer Service & Help Desk application, TeamSupport is a powerful customer support suite & ticketing system with a focus on collaboration.
TeamSupport helps you:
(1) Decrease ticket resolution time.
(2) Work more effectively as a team.
(3) Better understand your customers both as individuals and at a company level.
(4) Improve Support Team Productivity
A company’s customers are its most valuable asset, which is why customer support plays such a critical role in the growth of businesses today. TeamSupport is a customer support solution that uses a combination of collaboration features and real-time data to understand where pain points are located. As a result, businesses are able to deliver support to customers before they’re even aware that it’s needed.
Built for B2B software and technology companies, TeamSupport provides customer support by enhancing internal collaboration and breaking down the barriers that can trip up most organizations. TeamSupport’s most important features include advanced customer service portals, integrated screen recordings, real-time internal collaboration, built-in reporting tools, and multi-channel support.
A web-based collaborative customer service solution, TeamSupport enables organizations to work together effectively to support their customers’ needs. Rather than focusing exclusively on one-on-one customer communications, TeamSupport brings visibility into the picture and encourages full team collaboration to resolve ongoing issues. TeamSupport has developed a powerful user interface that puts all relevant customer data in one place.
Not only can TeamSupport help B2B software and technology companies better know their customers, but the software also improves support team productivity and enables full collaboration to solve issues in real-time. TeamSupport supports a flexible process flow, and the platform itself is designed in a way that is very intuitive and easy to use.
Customer issues or questions can come in at any time, not just between the hours of 9 am and 5 pm, when support agents are in the office. With TeamSupport, organizations can create self-service portals where customers can help themselves—or each other—at any time, day or night.
The self-serve customer service portal you create with TeamSupport is easy to drop into your company website, so your customers feel right at home and not be directed to another location. Once integration is complete, customers can submit and check up on their tickets, and they can search the knowledgebase for answers to their own queries. Screen recordings and attached files can also help resolve lingering questions. TeamSupport offers community forums, along with a collaborative wiki feature that means documents never get stale and anyone can update them as needed.
TeamSupport’s WaterCooler feature allows for internal conversations between TeamSupport users. To understand this feature better, the company recommends users imagine a Facebook that only their internal staff can access. WaterCooler conversations can be tied to tickets, customers, products or groups. A post being tied to tangible items means the team can easily search and find past discussions about a ticket, customer, product, etc.
The next time you have a question about a particular ticket or customer, post your query to the internal WaterCooler. Your colleagues will be able to see your post, and they can respond back with advice, feedback or support. Agents can “like” each other’s comments, which is a useful way to see which comments are the most helpful or provide the most information.
Groups are an important part of the TeamSupport structure. When tickets are assigned to a group, rather than to an individual, then all members of that group are notified. Organizations can create as many groups as they need, and individual users can belong to multiple groups.
When a ticket is created by a creator who isn’t sure which who that ticket should be assigned to, Groups serve as a backup. Instead of guessing, and potentially selecting the wrong individual, the ticket creator can assign the ticket to a Group—usually, something like the Support, Product Development or Quality Assurance team. All members of that group will receive a notification, and any of those members can take ownership of the ticket.
TeamSupport puts real-time business intelligence capabilities at its users’ fingertips. With robust built-in reports, users can access detailed metrics to gain deeper customer insights. Powerful reporting capabilities include filtering, report cloning, enhanced sorting and individual viewer functions. Rather than having to pay for a third-party reporting add on to obtain powerful metrics, TeamSupport users get it right out of the box.
To get the most from TeamSupport, you can create detailed reports by summary, chart or graph. Custom dashboard views also let you showcase the information you need.
TeamSupport enables users to consolidate all customer interactions. Information such as which other issues a customer has been having recently, who else has been contacting the business, and which other products the customer currently owns are all accessible through the TeamSupport system.
Quickly access every request or issue that a customer has made to your support department or help desk. With TeamSupport, you’re able to run reports to identify which customers are requiring the most time from your team members. These reports also make it possible to understand customers in a holistic manner. As a result, rather than seeing your customers as a collecting of individual tickets and support requests, you begin to get a more complete picture of what’s really going on. TeamSupport integrates with SalesForce, Oracle Fusion, and other CRM systems, which means that data can easily be synced between the systems.
It’s incredibly important that service, sales, and management teams know which products their customers are using. TeamSupport enables its users to understand not only which products their customers are using, but also which versions they are using. An unlimited number of products and versions can be associated with each individual customer.
Link specific product versions to a customer and a ticket through TeamSupport. Every product within the Products section should be defined by your company’s development/product management team, since doing so will allow you to generate reports that are based on the actual products and versions that your customers are using. You’ll also be able to see which tickets are associated with which versions of your product.
Track physical inventory (assets) that have been shipped to customers through TeamSupport’s Inventory module. TeamSupport has also made it possible to associate assets to tickets, which makes for easier issue tracking.
TeamSupport’s inventory section includes room for assigned assets and unassigned assets, which are assets that haven’t shipped, but are available in the warehouse. It also includes space for junkyard assets, which are assets that are no longer functioning.
TeamSupport offers advanced native integrations with a number of apps, including Salesforce, Highrise, Zoho, Oracle Fusion, Jira, Beanstalk, Mailchimp, Dropbox and NiceReply. TeamSupport is also on the Zapier platform, which allows customers to connect the various web apps they use day-to-day. Lastly, TeamSupport has a robust REST API for users who need custom workflow functionality between multiple apps.
TeamSupport offers two plans, starting at $30 per user, per month. Free trials are available, as well. Customers can pay monthly by credit card, or they can opt to be invoiced for 6 or 12 months in advance to receive a discount
Collaboration features help multiple departments work together for customers.
Help desk solution uses data to better understand customer pain points.
Built for B2B software and technology companies of all sizes.
Integrated screen recordings allow customers to capture images from their own screens to explain issues.
Reporting tools help businesses gain deeper insight into their customers’ needs.
Below are some frequently asked questions for TeamSupport.
TeamSupport offers the following pricing plans:
Starting from: US$50,00/month
Pricing model: Subscription
Free Trial: Available
Support Desk : $50/month per user*
Enterprise: $65/month per user*
*with annual billing
Payments may be made monthly or annually
Free trial - no credit card required
All plans include unlimited support & training
TeamSupport offers the following features:
TeamSupport has the following typical customers:
Large Enterprises, Mid Size Business, Non Profit, Small Business
TeamSupport supports the following languages:
TeamSupport has the following pricing plans:
TeamSupport supports the following devices:
Android, iPhone, iPad
TeamSupport integrates with the following applications:
Akita, CozTel, Customer Thermometer, Help Desk Migration, Natero, Nicereply, Twitter, VICIdial, Zoho CRM, Zoho SalesIQ
TeamSupport offers the following support options:
FAQs, Forum, Knowledge Base, Online Support, Phone Support, Video Tutorials