The Request Management process consists of eight procedures for handling support
The first procedure is called "Support Request Registration". This procedure is
used by service desk analysts when they register requests from
The second procedure is called "Support Request Assignment". Service desk analysts
use this procedure when they assign support requests to groups, and to the service desk
manager in case of complaints. They also use this procedure when they handle support
requests that have been rejected by group coordinators. Group coordinators use this
procedure after support requests have been assigned to their respective groups. They use
it to assign these support requests to a specific change coordinator or specialist for
The third procedure is called "Complaint Handling". It is used by the service desk
manager when he/she works to complete support requests of the category
"Request for Support Improvement"
to the satisfaction of the users who submitted them.
The fourth procedure is called "Support Request Tracking". Service desk analysts
follow it when they track the progress of support requests.
The fifth procedure is called "Support Request Resolution by Specialist". It is used
by specialists to complete support requests that have been assigned to them.
The sixth procedure is called "Request Fulfilment Handling". It is used
by service desk analysts or specialists to complete support requests that can be handled using a predefined workflow.
The seventh procedure is called "Incident Escalation Handling". After an
incident has been
escalated, the service owner of the affected
service uses this procedure to determine how the
incident can be resolved in the most efficient manner.
The eighth and last procedure is called "Support Request Closure". This procedure
is used by service desk analysts when they resolve and close out completed support requests.
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