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Curious customer service: When a help desk does it right

Printers are the mules of the 21st century. They carry incredible burdens of intellectual capital if page counts are any indication, and they have the same bulky, intractable personalities attributed in story and lore to their four-legged forbearers. Last week I ran into the second characteristic while trying to pay the bills for my consulting firm. Midway through th......

Full article >>> and even thought about animal sacrifice. Anything to avoid talking to the manufacturers help desk, with all that inevitable frustration. Not that I had any experience with this manufacturers help desk, but having worked on and managed several help desks, I know how difficult it is to do remote diagnostics.

After combing their self-help pages, the various on-line manuals and such, Id rea......

Full article >>> eir current product line. I hope so. They deserve that kind of payoff. Oh, yeah. The company? Hewlett-Packard. Thanks, guys.

Byron Glick is a principal at Prairie Star Consulting, LLC, a planning and program development consulting firm in Madison, Wisconsin. He can be contacted via the e-mail at By Byron Glick 08/11/04

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