Enhancements in service level agreements
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|End users, automatically
|Feb 3, 2020
|Apr 1, 2020
Businesses must ensure that they deliver the right level of support to which their customers are entitled. Service level agreements (SLAs) help administrators define a contractually agreed-on target level and key performance indicators (KPIs) that track the success and failure of SLA metrics.
In this release, a new SLA administration experience has been enabled on Unified Interface that brings feature parity with the legacy web client. Administrators can now leverage the various out-of-the-box actions available with Microsoft Power Automate to easily configure actions, such as success, failure, and warning actions for SLAs. For example, the administrator can post a Microsoft Teams message to an agent when an SLA is violated.
Even though Service Level Agreement Unified Client experience is enabled via a separate package, an admin would need to configure the feature. It will not automatically impact the user.