October Upgrade Offers DeskAlerts Users Improved Alert Lifecycle Management

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As part of its commitment to staying inherently up-to-the-minute, DeskAlerts has just released an updated October edition of its globally used notifications software. The new version features an onset of improved alert lifecycle management features designed to enrich the user experience for both employers and employees.

As part of its commitment to staying inherently up-to-the-minute, DeskAlerts has just released an updated October edition of its globally used notifications software. The new version features an onset of improved alert lifecycle management features designed to enrich the user experience for both employers and employees. With the busy Christmas period on its way the upgrades come at just the right time to help companies augment efficiency by developing an intelligent internal communications strategies.

This month, the in-house software engineers have focused on handing administrators even more control than ever over notification lifecycles. Drawing on customer feedback and internal research data, the team identified a handful of different areas that could be improved.

Anton Vdovin, DeskAlerts Director says, “To date this year’s DeskAlerts updates have been largely oriented around new features and functions relating to notification composition and distribution. There’s been little focus on managing the actual alerts themselves which is why we this month we concentrated exclusively on alert lifecycle management.”

One of the most advantageous new features is the ability to remotely force alert closures from the notifications server. When logged into dashboards administrators can remotely manage any alerts that are read or pending. When it comes to maximizing employee efficiency the ability to force alert closures from a remote notifications server is hugely constructive. Whether notifications are no longer relevant or were simply sent to the wrong recipient, administrators can log into the DeskAlerts interface and close the offending content in an instant.

Administrators also enjoy augmented flexibility with the ability to schedule alerts closure times. This means that the second an alert is no longer relevant administrators can automatically shut it down without having to lift a finger. For example, an employer can keep an alert active up until a specific meeting date, then have it automatically close when the meeting concludes.

For employers wanting to keep employee desktops clean, uncluttered and relevant, auto closure is a highly advantageous tool. By integrating notifications with automatic closure dates administrators can rest assured that employee desktops won’t be overrun with irrelevant notifications that distract them from tasks at hand.

With the busy Christmas holiday season on the horizon the October upgrade is a godsend for businesses wanting to keep corporate plates clean and clutter free.

“The lead up to Christmas is an incredibly busy time for our client base, particularly retail and business oriented enterprises. We understand that work schedules can become all too hectic which is why our October upgrade was built around bringing added convenience and efficiency to the DeskAlerts user experience. Employers enjoy the peace of mind that expired alerts will automatically disappear while employees can get on with tasks without the hassle of having to clear out notifications,” adds Vdovin.

To sign up for a free cloud trial of DeskAlerts software, go to: http://www.alert-software.com/demo/

To find out more about DeskAlerts and the improved alert lifecycle management features now available with the October update, visit the website at: http://www.alert-software.com

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