BrightBox Solutions, the creative force behind Help Desk Premier, recently received a total of
The investment was secured in order to further develop the company's help desk software product, and ultimately add advanced functionality and make a full move to the cloud. The improvements set to be implemented are based on customer feedback and technology trends.
“With this significant investment, we’re building on our previous success in the help desk software market, and we plan to introduce changes that will further enhance the already rich user experience provided by Help Desk Premier,” said
Currently the software is available as an on-premise application, and a SaaS, cloud-based application, but BrightBox Solutions plans to transition to a more complete cloud architecture, which will enable their price point to decrease. The newest cloud version of Help Desk Premier is set to enter beta.
“Help desk software is vital to IT support operations, and external support desks, and I was impressed with the ability of Help Desk Premier to provide an interface that is both powerful yet simple,” said one of the key investors,
“We have an unwavering commitment to providing our customers with the highest possible quality, so that they can then deliver the utmost in customer service, and we plan to keep designing solutions that further this goal,” added Davoren.
Help Desk Premier is one of the most affordable solutions for help desks and service desks. It allows users to manage all aspects of the customer experience, including incidents, requests and problems. It’s a flexible and highly scalable customer service solution, with a wide range of customization options.
About Help Desk Premier
Help Desk Premier is the preeminent low-cost help desk software available and there are different product levels available, to suit a varying range of needs. The software is feature-rich, yet offered at a significantly lower cost than similar products, and is ideal for businesses of all sizes. For more information, visit http://www.helpdesksoftware.biz.
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