Resideo is a 2019 Top Ten winner in our large company group. This is their first time in the Top Ten and they are to be commended for doing so well. That said, it is apparent that they still have a ways to go to catch up to some of the more elite companies, such as Red Hat. This is a very good start, however and a great achievement for them. We look forward to seeing how they continue to improve their site next year. Learn how the Resideo team has developed its most recent web support capabilities and been recognized by the ASP for their web support efforts.
RedHat is a 2019 Top Ten winner in the large-sized company group. This was their ninth win in a row. They are obviously doing many things right. RedHat’s many wins highlight their continuing site improvement efforts. They appear to understand user expectations for support continue to change and they must continue their efforts to improve all aspects of their self-service site and its use, such as through Google. This company does not rest on their laurels, but works hard to continue to evolve their site. Learn how the Red Hat team has developed its most recent web support capabilities and been recognized nine times by the ASP for their web support efforts.
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NetApp is a 2019 Top Ten winner in the large-sized company group. This was their second win in the past two years. Learn how the NetApp team has developed its most recent web support capabilities.
Quest is a 2019 Top Ten winner in the medium-sized company group. Learn how the Quest team has developed its most recent web support capabilities and been recognized five times by the ASP for their web support efforts (as Quest Software and as part of Dell). This report includes Top Ten Judges Comments (new for 2019) and the winning essay submitted by the Quest team.
Web Support Best Practices, Benchmarks and Observations from the 2019 ASP Top Ten Awards Competition Now Available
Web support best practices, benchmarks and observations from the 2019 ASP Top Ten Awards competition are now available in two new report from the ASP.
The Association of Support Professionals (ASP) and ServiceXRG are pleased to announce a partnership to enhance and extend the quality and availability of support industry research. Through this partnership, ServiceXRG and the ASP will collaborate on the development of new Support industry research studies and extend access to research reports, playbooks and articles to ASP members.
This year was our 21st competition of support websites and based on the learning from all these past years, we made significant changes to our scoring model. With the 2019 Top Ten Report soon to be published, we’re excited to announce some changes and improvements to the report itself and ASP as a whole which will help deliver ever more value to our members.
After our 21styear of this competition, we are happy to announce the winners for 2019.
Return to List of Recent Blog Posts ASP’s conference in March, hosted by ServiceNow in San Diego, was all about Artificial Intelligence (AI) in support. This, plus many conversations that I have had in the last year with support leaders has got me thinking about where support is going. This is, of