ConnectWise Manage Room for Improvement

Chris Walters
Voip Network Engineer at a tech services company with 11-50 employees

There are some edit and mass edit functions that don't exist. You can mass delete tickets or mass move tickets from one board to another, but you can't mass change a company. So, if you've got 40 tickets that come in, that get generated, that don't get properly tagged with the company, you can't just check them all and reassign them to another company. You have to individually reassign each one of those tickets to a new company.

Also, I have seen some unreliability on some of the workflow rules where we have rules that are set to inspect our board every five minutes and move tickets that match certain criteria to different places. At times, these workflow rules just stop working for a few hours. Then, we end up having a bunch of tickets that start piling up that were supposed to be automated out.

Also, integration with some of their other services could be improved so that the process is not as clunky as it is now.

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Mitchell Fitzpatrick
Junior Engineer at a tech services company with 11-50 employees

The UX for general users can be improved as the UI is quite clunky and complicated.

The ability to collaborate on and communicate about tickets can be improved. It needs to be easier to share tickets between users who need to work together. Having an internal chat system would be helpful, rather than having to rely on emails and notes.

The technical support response times and SLAs could be improved, although the support, itself, is thorough.

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Network Administrator at a computer software company with 11-50 employees

Sometimes it is a little bit slow, which is the only complaint I have about it. If you're trying to do a mass update on tickets or anything like that, sometimes it takes a while to finish.

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