User Self Service Password ResetPassword Reset Software helps to improve productivity, reduce service desk calls and enhance-user satisfaction.
Password reset requests account for 10-30% of help desk calls, with each request costing $50-$140 in labor costs. How much is it costing your organization?
Time Costs Money
Imagine one of your employees has been working into the night on a vital report which needs to be on the CEO’s desk by morning. Just as they are approaching the closing straight, they stop for a quick coffee break. On returning, they find they have been locked out and need to log back on. Try as they may they cannot remember their password and, as it is out of hours, the Service Desk is closed. Result: missed deadline, unhappy employee and very unhappy CEO. Any delay in responding to a password re-set request – which is exacerbated outside standard working hours – has an adverse knock-on effect on the productivity of the affected user and in certain situations could significantly affect the organization.
Efficiency Drives Savings
Imagine being able to allow users to reset their passwords by themselves, safely and securely, potentially saving you thousands in help desk costs.
Put Skills to Good Use and Improve Morale
With password reset requests accounting for as much as 30% of help desk calls, can you imagine how demoralizing it must be for the staff involved? Highly trained, expensive, experienced employees having to undertake routine and menial tasks. End-users become frustrated because their password reset request has been put to the bottom of the pile in favor of a more stimulating ticket? Surely self-service password reset software makes logical sense.
Password Reset Software, Passworks, from Certero
Enable users to reset their Windows Active Directory passwords safely and securely; saving thousands of dollars on associated help desk costs and lost productivity.
Simple, Easy Set Up
Our password reset software works straight out-of-the-box, making it simple and easy to set up
Using a simple challenge/response technique of users picking and answering a series of questions, users can securely reset their Active Directory password without having to contact your service desk
Easy To Configure
Administrators can define user registration and reset password policies, configure alerting options and manage, deploy and configure the Passworks Client all from a simple to use Web console.
Passworks comes with numerous language options built-in as standard, making it perfect for organizations with international operations.
Enables Unified End-Point Management
- Passworks operates on the Certero Platform as a standalone solution
- Can work holistically and optimally with other Certero solutions, such as Certero for Enterprise SAM, with one single data source, one UI and one UX
- Access to all the information needed to manage assets in use across the entire estate
Reduce calls to the service desk and improve service to your users
Save your Support Team’s time, freeing-up valuable resources and maintaining end-user productivity
Maintain an audit trail and alert users and/or administrators when password resets occur
Ensure availability of password-reset service to users 24/7, 365 days a year
Users can reset passwords from their own machines – no need to use another device
Save thousands of pounds by avoiding calls to the service desk and the associated labor costs, typically $50-$140 per request
Report and compare the number of times passwords are reset either as self-service or by an administrator
Comply with government programs such as Government Code of Connection (CoCo)
Easy integration with any service desk tool
Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust reduce password related calls to help desk by more than 50% with Passworks implementation.
“It was easy to implement and we did not even have to specify the questions, as we used the 20 sample ones that came with the product…
Our users are now not inconvenienced whenever they have password problems and can quickly and easily reset it themselves.”Mark Cooper