We’re delighted to share the fantastic news that CGI UK’s service desk has secured the prestigious SDI 5-star ‘World Class’ status for an impressive twelfth consecutive year.
After completing three days of rigorous auditing by our SDI Certification team, CGI’s service desk once again achieved the highest score ever awarded in the Service Desk Certification (SDC) programme – a remarkable 99.99%!
This outstanding achievement not only underscores CGI’s unwavering commitment to delivering exceptional services but also serves as a shining example of the tangible benefits of the SDI Certification journey.
📕 In their recent blog post, CGI highlighted their certification journey.
Being the first service desk globally to secure the SDI’s 5-star accreditation in 2012, CGI has not only maintained but has elevated these world-class standards. This is an excellent testament to the dedicated and hard-working CGI team members who consistently deliver the highest quality services to their clients.
Why CGI UK Is a Leader in Exceptional Service
CGI is a great example of an organisation where service excellence is a top priority for ensuring client and member satisfaction. By delivering exceptional services, they ensure that their clients remain satisfied and are willing to continue working with them.
With a team of over 400 service desk and service management analysts, CGI manages ITSM processes for more than 80 public and private sector clients in the UK.
Handling an impressive 1.5 million contacts, managing 18,000 changes, and proactively addressing 800 problems annually with a +93% client satisfaction score. Congratulations to CGI UK on this monumental achievement!
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