Zendesk

Zendesk


¿Quién utiliza este software?

Desde empresas emergentes hasta compañías Fortune 500, más de 200 000 clientes confían en Zendesk para sus necesidades de asistencia al cliente.


Valoración media

1567 reseñas
  • 4.5 / 5
    En general
  • 4 / 5
    Facilidad de uso
  • 4 / 5
    Atención al cliente
  • 4 / 5
    Características
  • 4 / 5
    Relación calidad-precio

Detalles del producto

  • Precio de partida
    $5/mes
  • Versión gratuita
    No
  • Prueba gratis
  • Implementación
    En la nube, SaaS, web
    Móvil: nativo de iOS
    Móvil: nativo de Android
  • Formación
    Seminarios web
    Documentación
  • Asistencia
    En horario ininterrumpido (atiende un representante)
    En línea

Datos del proveedor

  • Zendesk
  • https://www.zendesk.com.mx

Información sobre este software

Zendesk crea software de mesa de ayuda para mejorar las relaciones con los clientes. Estos productos permiten que las empresas sean más confiables, flexibles y escalables. Ayudan a mejorar la comunicación y dar sentido a cantidades masivas de datos. Sobre todo, trabajan juntos para ayudar a convertir las interacciones en relaciones duraderas. Más de 200 000 empresas como Uber, Groupon, Box, Airbnb y Disney están utilizando Zendesk para reducir sus costos de asistencia, aumentar la productividad y aumentar la satisfacción del cliente.


Funciones de Zendesk

  • Alertas y alzada
  • Almacenamiento de documentos
  • Chat en tiempo real
  • Comunicación multicanal
  • Creación de marca personalizable
  • Enrutamiento automatizado
  • Gestión de SLA (Service Level Agreement)
  • Gestión de la base de conocimiento
  • Gestión de recursos informáticos
  • Integración de correo electrónico
  • Portal de autoservicio
  • Seguimiento de interacciones
  • Seguimiento de tickets y problemas
  • Supervisión de redes
  • Chat proactivo
  • Formulario sin conexión
  • Geofocalización
  • Integración de terceros
  • Respuestas prediseñadas
  • Seguimiento de visitantes al sitio web
  • Transferencias/enrutamiento
  • Uso compartido de la pantalla
  • Centro de atención telefónica
  • Enrutamiento de llamadas
  • Entrada de teclado del teléfono
  • Gestión de encuestas
  • Grabación de llamadas
  • Mensajería por voz
  • Personalización de la voz
  • Registro de llamadas
  • Texto a voz
  • Varios scripts
  • Auditoría de problemas
  • Base de conocimientos
  • Gestión de alzadas
  • Gestión de asignaciones
  • Gestión de tareas
  • Panel de comunicaciones
  • Problemas recurrentes
  • Programación
  • Acceso móvil
  • Base de conocimientos
  • Configuration Management Database (CMDB)
  • Control remoto
  • Gestión de SLA
  • Gestión de adquisiciones
  • Gestión de incidentes
  • Gestión de recursos informáticos
  • Gestión del cambio
  • Portal de autoservicio
  • Alertas y alzada
  • Asistencia técnica
  • Base de conocimientos
  • Base de datos de clientes
  • Chat en vivo
  • Encuestas y comentarios
  • Enrutamiento automatizado
  • Gestión de citas
  • Gestión de contratos
  • Gestión de la bandeja de entrada y de colas
  • Gestión de la experiencia del cliente
  • Gestión de pedidos de trabajo
  • Gestión de problemas conocidos
  • Gestión de tickets de incidencias
  • Notificaciones automáticas a clientes
  • Portal de autoservicio
  • Supervisión de quejas
  • Centro de atención telefónica de llamadas entrantes
  • Centro de atención telefónica de llamadas salientes
  • Centro de atención telefónica mixto
  • Chat en tiempo real
  • Creación de informes/análisis
  • Gestión de alzadas
  • Gestión de campañas
  • Gestión de colas de espera
  • Grabación de llamadas
  • Grabación de texto de llamada
  • Interactive Voice Response
  • Marcación manual
  • Marcador predictivo
  • Registro de llamadas
  • Sistema de marcación progresiva
  • Autoaprendizaje
  • Búsqueda de texto completo
  • Catalogación y categorización
  • Colaboración
  • Foros de discusión
  • Gestión de contenidos
  • Gestión de datos
  • Gestión de documentos
  • Portal de autoservicio
  • Preguntas frecuentes
  • Resolución guiada de problemas
  • Acciones correctivas (CAPA)
  • Clasificación de quejas
  • Enrutamiento
  • Gestión de casos
  • Gestión de comentarios
  • Gestión de encuestas
  • Gestión de formularios
  • Gestión del control de calidad
  • Portal de autoservicio
  • Seguimiento de problemas
  • Seguimiento de quejas de clientes
  • Supervisión de redes sociales
  • Gestión de configuración
  • Gestión de contratos o licencias
  • Gestión de incidentes
  • Gestión de la disponibilidad
  • Gestión de problemas
  • Gestión de proyectos
  • Gestión de publicaciones e implementaciones
  • Gestión del cambio
  • Portal de autoservicio
  • Seguimiento de activos

Las reseñas más útiles sobre Zendesk

A mediocre product that doesn't get better as it grows

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1/5
En general
2 / 5
Facilidad de uso
2 / 5
Características y funcionalidad
Asistencia al cliente
1 / 5
Relación calidad-precio

Puntos a favor: I struggle to find good things to say. It works and rarely has performance problems. If you need very basic support ticketing and are just starting out, you could use it and be successful. We did. But the functionality and support for those organizations between startup and large corporation is nil. If we were a very large organization, I could see it being a valuable product.

Puntos en contra: 1. It is incredibly difficult to keep track of business users. When you are a SaaS supporting clients who have end-users, organizing tickets and documenting issues is very important to find patterns. This is not possible in Zendesk, at least at the Team feature level. There is not a central location for information for an organization outside of a Notes box that is basically a tiny sidebar textbox that allows no formatting to make notes over time readable. 2. There is no way to reference individual comments in a ticket because individual comments do not have their own IDs. This makes it very cumbersome to keep succinct notes and refers back to my first point. The only way we can review a client's history is through wading through a bunch of tickets with an endless stream of comments. I can't get a good timeline overview of their experience and issues, which is so essential to good issue triage. 3. Lack of features for those at the less pricey levels is pretty bad. There's no way to make our contact forms more customizable (like having a message to the person on the ticket - there is only limited description area and those are question/field based) and we don't have access to conditional logic on the forms. So we are left with clients just throwing issues at us without getting good information from them to get a one-touch resolution. The way Zendesk works it forces us to give lower-quality support. 4. There's no exporting your ticket information or running any sort of report if you are using the Team or lower feature level. These, to me, should be basic features as they pertain to the most basic of needs for any support team. Not only that, it ties you to the product and punishes you for leaving. We can't move to another product because we can't take our ticket history with us. 5. The features and performance is inconsistent. For example, there are "Triggers" and "Automations". Triggers and automations are the same. The only difference is the automations are time-based. But they don't tell you that in the interface - there's nothing telling you what is required to set up the automation in order for it to pass validation, only an error message. And by following the instructions of the error message, you can still get more errors. But there's nothing there to tell you the overall requirements so you can avoid errors in the first place. And in the Triggers interface, they leave out a large amount of placeholder options for seemingly no reason, so you have to go find the placeholder references for yourself. In my opinion, Zendesk doesn't have the user in mind. They put out new features and integrations, but the core product is so severely lacking that it seems like they feel they are operating on auto-pilot and their product needs no update itself. It's a shame, because it was probably was a good product with a lot of potential back when it first started up.

Great software, terrible support (ironically); Hope you don't have to leave

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4/5
En general
2 / 5
Facilidad de uso
5 / 5
Características y funcionalidad
1 / 5
Asistencia al cliente
3 / 5
Relación calidad-precio

Comentarios: Our company has been using Zendesk for 5-7 years. I was not personally around when we onboarded it, but I have worked with it for over 3 years now. We have terrible trouble any time we did need support, for a system problem or a question we couldn't answer ourselves via their expansive maze of KnowledgeBase. The support reps at Zendesk have been accusatory, excuse-ridden, and most of all don't even read the tickets you submit to understand the problem (Zendesk support actually became an office joke. That's about the time we decided we had to look for another tool). When we met with our Account Rep to try to get some of the issues worked out, we were told basically that we weren't even supposed to have gotten the level of support we had received, and proceeded to explain how SaaS works (we're a software company, mind you). I think Zendesk simply got too big too fast, and somewhere along the way decided that the businesses using their product aren't important anymore. They lost this long-term customer.

Puntos a favor: Zendesk as a tool does what it is supposed to do, and it does it well. We used Support + Guide products, for ticketing for our e-learning business, and also for our Self-Serve support (knowledgebase). It is full-featured, and comprehensive. As far as support rep work goes, it's simple, to the point, and it integrates well with many tool because it is such a large company. It is designed for an enterprise company.

Puntos en contra: Because it is so full-featured, it can be years' work to get everything set like you need, and they provide little to no assistance. Some of the basic settings are so deep and so spread out, you'll spend hours reading through Help articles to understand how to customize your ticket form. It is NOT small-business friendly, it is really meant for large companies with someone dedicated to maintaining this software.