What was the best part about using HappyFox?
I like the versatility, ease of use, and customizable options of the HappyFox powerful online Help desk software. HappyFox’s online Help Desk solution is conveniently cloud-based and compatible with all mobile devices. It’s a secure network and boasts a 2 minute turn-around response time for 95% of incoming requests. I especially like its 35 multi-lingual capability and free 30-day trial offer.
What would you change about your experience with HappyFox?
Although Happyfox follows the industry norm of monthly pricing per staff user, has no limit on the number of tickets processed, and seems to be reasonable; something doesn’t make sense to me. Why is it price based on staff user numbers, instead of per number and channel of incoming requests? For instance, phone requests take more resources to convert into tickets than email or web requests.
And what if one customer has a preference of one channel over the other? If his usage indicates above average amounts of requests, or the majority of them coming through the more expensive “resource-intensive conversion” channels, why not charge accordingly? It escapes me...
Also, to the annoyance of many international customers, HappyFox cannot accept payments via ACH, Swift, PayPal, or Wire; only payments through Visa, Mastercard, and American Express, or by requesting an invoice from HappyFox.
Happyfox Online Help Desk service and software is a great time-saver for any business or individual. It frees you from spending inordinate amounts of time responding to requests or inquiries that could easily be immediately responded to automatically. Happyfox is able to take request from all customer channels and converts them into tickets. For example, any requests via the web, email, chat, or phone is seamlessly converted into tickets, enters their ticketing system, organized, classified via predetermined customer criteria, and quickly responded to with customer assigned responses. It’s a solid choice for automating your business communications.