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System Administrator

System Administrator

System Administrator

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We have installed SC 5.1 and are completing our testing. When we move into the production, we are wondering if we ned a full-time SC system administrator. I would like to know what other SC users have done for admin. Any info will be appreciated.

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I'm not sure if this is a dead question at this time but I would recommend "yes".  At least start off with one and if the work load isn't there, make it part time.  ServiceCenter is a product that requires maintenance, up keep, troubleshooting, and customizations to keep it going.  Our firm has about 6,000 users, 250 techs, and produces about 11,000 tickets a month.  Out system is very customized due to our ticket processes and we find quirks once in a while.  My daily job included deleting contacts records, operator updates if they change locations, report creation, location and contact updates that are limited to the admin. Every month I try to add something new to ServiceCenter like integration with SMS or available information about the customer.

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