Pironet NDH starts User Help Desk for SMB customers
"Support on Demand" for corporate end users
User help exclusively from Germany
“We tailor our user help totally to the requirements in small to medium-sized German companies,” emphasises Dr. Clemens Plieth, Managing Director of Pironet NDH Datacenter. “This includes the principle of short communication paths. In other words we make no use of near- or offshore services abroad. This guarantees that questions between service staff on the UHD and experts in our company or on the customer side are answered without bureaucracy,” explains Clemens Plieth.
24/7 support and VIP status
Pironet NDH’s UHD is regularly available during normal working hours (8 a.m. to 6 p.m.), and when requested also round the clock and on Sundays and public holidays. Companies can assign management staff or other employees – in the case of particularly important projects – VIP status to ensure that their inquiries are handled with priority by the UHD team.
Cost control thanks to flat-rate tariffs
Pironet NDH charges for the use of the UHD on demand and per inquiry. Alternatively business customers can pay flat-rate tariffs which cover defined numbers of inquiries. “Companies thus have total cost control and can specify a cap for the service and support costs for their IT environment,” says Clemens Plieth.
Single point of contact (SPOC) for IT users
The UHD provides users not only with assistance for applications which Pironet NDH operates in its data centres for their company but, on request, the specialist for small to medium-sized enterprises also offers support for solutions which customers operate themselves. Pironet NDH also implements comprehensive dispatching which, when required, forwards all user inquiries to Second-Level Support, to specialist departments on the customer side or to third-party providers, for example vendors of business software. “As a result our User Help Desk functions as a single point of contact for our small to medium-sized customer companies and their employees for all questions and application problems connected with all aspects of their IT,” explains Dr. Plieth.
Greater quality of service for IT environments in small to medium-sized companies
This is where Clemens Plieth sees the greatest benefit for small to medium-sized enterprises: “As a rule IT departments in small to medium-sized companies do not have the resources needed to handle IT support covering various locations and topics round the clock and at weekends. Cooperation with specialists such as Pironet NDH allows companies to significantly increase the quality of service in their IT environments at a fixed cost.”
CANCOM Pironet AG & Co. KG
Pironet NDH Datacenter is a leading ICT outsourcing vendor for German small- and medium sized businesses (SMBs) and offers a full range of services for the efficient and secure operation of business applications and ICT infrastructures. Core services include holistic solutions and flexible cost/use billing models for the provision of IT resources according to modern on-demand concepts like Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) or Cloud Computing.
The centralization and outsourcing of, for example, business applications from SAP and Microsoft, as well as the use of a network infrastructure also provided by Pironet NDH Datacenter allows SMBs to significantly reduce their investment and operational expenses for the management of information and communication and concentrate on their core business tasks.
All the supply and operational aspects of the ICT outsourcing product lines are certified in accordance with strict and internationally recognised guidelines, including in accordance with DIN ISO/IEC 27001. For the client, the certification represents the operational excellence of Pironet NDH in all processes, as well as in maintaining high technical and safety-related standards.
Customers include numerous SMBs as well as international corporations. More information is available at: www.pironet-ndh.com/itk.
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