Cayzu’s Mobile Support Apps: Enabling Exceptional Mobile Tech Support
Break free from your office and respond to your customers any time, anywhere without ever having to worry! Even support iPhone6 !
Top-Quality Service and Support While on the Go
In today’s increasingly mobile world, it’s becoming more and more important to be able to provide timely tech support to your customers—regardless of whether or not you happen to be your desk. With Cayzu’s collection of smartly designed, easy-to-navigate mobile support apps, you can ensure you can provide continuous service, regardless of your location, with your smartphone.
Android Cayzu Apps
Do you use an Android phone? Cayzu’s mobile support apps for Android combine all of the Cayzu features and capabilities you need with the convenience of smartphone access. Now you can respond to support issues no matter where life finds you—like waiting to be seen at your doctor’s office, for example. Rather than thumbing through old magazines, you can capitalize on otherwise wasted time by working on customer issues. If you suddenly find yourself unavailable, you can immediately change gears and reassign your tickets to other agents, avoiding unexpected gaps in communication.
Cayzu for iPhones
When it comes to mobile accessibility, Cayzu doesn’t discriminate—there’s an app for iOS, too. This attractive pocket-sized edition of Cayzu’s standard desktop experience gives you all of the tools you need to handle your customer needs quickly and appropriately with just a few taps and swipes. Don’t let your desktop keep you locked inside your office; get some fresh air while you browse queries and check the status of tickets. Cayzu mobile support apps are always accessible from wherever your iPhone has service, whenever the mood strikes you (supports iPhone 6, iPhone 5 and iPhone 4).
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