Demonstrate assisted support excellence
The J.D. Power Certified Assisted Technical Support Program jointly developed by J.D. Power and the Technology Services Industry Association (TSIA), evaluates overall customer satisfaction and helps technology support organizations increase their efficiency and effectiveness in assisted support. The certification also helps businesses identify those companies that have demonstrated assisted support excellence before selecting which technology products to purchase.
To become certified, an organization must attain customer satisfaction scores among the top 20% of network systems companies nationally, based on J.D. Power’s extensive technology industry benchmark customer satisfaction research. Organization must also pass a detailed audit of its support policies and procedures.
Companies that pass the rigorous standards of the J.D. Power Certified Assisted Technical Support certification process demonstrate a highly customer-focused culture that is committed to delivering the highest quality of service and support to its customers.
There are four phases in the Certified Assisted Technical Support Program: