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Remedy user tracking/reporting

Remedy user tracking/reporting

Remedy user tracking/reporting

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Hello,

My organization uses Remedy AR system, and our development team is pretty poor.   I recently have been approached by management to determine how many support tickets my department has worked for a given timeframe, yet our support team has no solution within Remedy to give us this answer.

I've went as far as to install Crystal Reports, and I haven't gotten it to connect to the Remedy Oracle DB yet, however I'm very close.  I believe I can somehow make a report to show tickets worked for a given month.

Is there any type of internal user tracking or accounting feature within Remedy, so I don't have to use Crystal to perform a function such as this?  I would think that any good trouble ticket system should have the ability to track users, and tickets they close / assign to other groups, yet our support team has no grasp on this and it's hindering management of our employees.

Any thoughts / suggestions would be helpful.


Thanks,

Rainman

RE: Remedy user tracking/reporting

Wow

Are you using the HPD application?

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