Requirements: SQL Support, Troubleshooting, Debugging, Active Directory
Shift Timings: Night Shift
- Experience in supporting products/applications based on Microsoft technologies like Windows, Active directory.
- Code debugging skills (not writing the code, but just reading through the code and understanding the logic).
- Good understanding of database as SQL (writing queries, running performance tools etc)
- Excellent written and verbal communication
The primary duties for this position include but are not limited to:
- Provide technical assistance to customers on Aptean products via phone, email and/or remote access.
- Perform advanced problem analysis and isolate problems of a complex level of difficulty.
- Reproduce customer issues in house.
- Publish articles in our in-house knowledgebase.
- Able to learn a wide variety of technologies at a rapid pace
- Document customer problem information, recommendations, and resolution in a clear and concise manner using Incident tracking system.
- Ensure adequate telephone ACD queue coverage
- Communicate appropriately and provide regular updates to customer and management.
- Achieve and maintain targeted KPA's such as number of cases closed or issues resolved, along with other established goals.
- Along with the Technical Support Manager, set realistic personal training and product certification goals.
- Leadership and Entrepreneurship (Excellence Orientation) Qualifications and Requirements Qualifications.
- An excellent customer service attitude and the ability to interact with customers in a professional manner are required.
- Must have the ability to work in a fast-paced environment and use judgment in handling customer calls and providing technical assistance
- Strong written and verbal communication skills
- Ability to identify major concerns from the field and relay those concerns to management in an appropriate manner.
- Can do attitude with a strong will to lead by example.
- Ability to follow directions and be self-motivated.
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