assyst by Axios Systems is an enterprise-class IT services management platform with a comprehensive list of features. Its interface makes use of drag-and-drop customizable tools and process wizards, allowing departments to tailor the interface and functions to their specific workflow processes.
assyst provides end users with a customized catalog of frequently requested services, which makes it simple to request services and helps streamline the ticketing process. This improves user experience and decreases demand for phone agents, which can lead to better customer satisfaction and operational efficiency for the company. assyst also provides a self-service portal for customers to handle simple requests on their own, further reducing demand for live agents.
assyst is available as Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) or as an on-premise installation. It offers solutions tailored to a wide selection of industry verticals, including health care, manufacturing and the public sector.
Susan from AgFirst
We implemented assyst in 2013 and only implemented the Incident portion. We chose assyst over their competitors for several different reasons: the automation of the Operating Level Agreement (OLA) which we were doing manually before, automated reporting, ease of use, robust knowledgebase, and were able to roll out to several of our associating organizations.
We have several customizations and even with them, assyst was easy to configure. We are in the process of upgrading to the latest version and will be configuring/using Problem Management and Mobile, later this summer. We like that it is an "all in one" application, instead of having to purchase multiple applications that may or may not work with each other.
We have run into a couple roadblocks with the OLA process; however, this is due to our OLA customized process and not what is out of the box. Enhancement requests and issues take a while to get fixed/implemented. One of the biggest issues we have with the system is that it is difficult to work cases if a user working in multiple departments. Support is still investigating this issue. Another con is with the searches; they could be more robust with "If this, then that" searches.
There was a very small learning curve from our previous system (Remedy) to Assyst.