Resolve Product Ideas Hub


Resolve Product Ideas Hub

At RSG we believe continuous improvement is a key success factor of our mission to become the de facto standard for Case Management in government and regulated industries. As a software company we are always improving our Resolve Enterprise Case Management platform and the features it offers.


We have recently introduced an online space in order to facilitate the identification of product enhancements or new features through the “Product Ideas Hub” area on our website.


The Product Ideas Hub is a new platform which we hope will facilitate the communication between the Resolve Product Team and our customers. It has been designed to provide flexibility for customers and staff to submit and view the status of product changes and enhancements.


Customers and staff can not only submit ideas, but may also vote for the ideas already submitted, which will help the Product Team to identify the most desired features that users wish to see in Resolve Enterprise. This will feed into the prioritisation of improvements to be included in the next release of Resolve or to be included in the future roadmap.


The Product Team actively monitor, evaluate, categorize and respond to all submitted ideas. Any comments added by our own team as well as the assigned category are transparent and visible to all customers.


Since the official launch of the Product Ideas Hub back in June, lots of great ideas have been submitted: some of them are already in the development stage at the moment; some are planned; and some have been added to the product backlog for future consideration.


If you’ve not already registered we encourage you to do so to stay up to date with the cool stuff we are working on!! Visit https://www.resolvesoftwaregroup.com/ideas-hub-registration to register :)


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