Support and service teams would typically want to manage their team workloads; which teams need more manpower, which teams are always having a long case duration, which types of cases can be reduced with self-service/knowledge base articles.
Typically these insights would be required to be monitored at a daily or weekly basis, with some insights raised at a monthly management meeting for decision making.
An example of Support and Service data structure
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Service Ticket Desk:
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A segment is a qualitative value, like names or categories. Here are some of the typical segments we find in support and service data:
Case attributes: Case Resolution, Case Type, Outstanding Days Bracket, Time of Day, Priority, etc.
Team attributes: Team, Department, Agent, etc.
Other attributes: Channel, etc.
A measure is a quantitative, numeric value. Here are some of the typical measures we find in support & service data:
Case Metrics: Case Duration, Closed/Open/Reopen Count, Escalation Count, Outstanding Days, Interaction Duration
Team Metrics: Average Case per Team, Average Case Duration per Team, Number of Case
What sort of insights can Anna help me uncover?
Number of Cases against products this month compared to last month
Outstanding Days by Case Type this week
Number of Case filtered for Open Status by Case Type yesterday
Explore Team performances
Total Outstanding Days by Teams this week
Number of Cases comparing Outstanding Days bracket
Number of Cases specific for Complaints by Teams this week
Reopen Count by Teams this month
Escalation Count by Teams this month
Average Case per Team this week
How to prepare data
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