Collaboration and Escalation

Engage highly skilled technicians cost effectively. With Bomgar, skilled staff can engage with critical support requests instantly and remotely.

Collaborate to Resolve Support Incidents Faster


Efficient support depends on matching incoming support requests with the right resources. However, putting seasoned staff in first tier – or sending them on site – can monopolize their time and eat up productivity.

Bomgar makes it possible for your support organization to define escalation paths to skilled resources in a cost-effective manner. With Bomgar, skilled staff can engage with critical support requests instantly and remotely. This allows you to respond to customers with the right resources on the first call.

Share or Transfer Remote Support Sessions

Collaborate on Android Tablet
Rep on Android Tablet sharing a support session

Bomgar lets technicians collaborate to resolve incidents. Multiple members of your team can swarm around critical issues to resolve them quickly. Reps can also transfer a support session to another representative or team.

Rep-to-Rep Screen Sharing

Rep-to-Rep Screen Sharing
Share your screen, application or files with other reps

Not only can you share support sessions between reps, you can also share screens without starting a full presentation.

We know Bomgar isn’t the only tool your support organization uses. Fortunately, if one rep needs help updating a ticket, modifying a CRM record, or understanding a knowledgebase article, he can share his screen and control of his computer with another rep.

Rep-to-rep screen sharing works without starting a Bomgar session. You can even report on rep-to-rep screen sharing to maintain compliance.

View the Remote Rep's Screen
View the remote screen of another support rep without starting a support or presentation session

Let Lower-Tier Reps Elevate Privileges on the Remote Desktop

Lower-tier reps can often perform more technical procedures than their permissions allow them to do. With Bomgar, reps who do not have administrative rights on a remote desktop can request temporarily elevated privileges that expire at the end of the session.

If the support rep does not know the administrative credentials, he can send a request to an administrative rep - called an Access Sponsor - who can enter the credentials for him. This temporary elevation of rights allows you to cut costs by resolving more in lower tiers.

Collaborate with Outside Experts or Vendors

Intelligent Collaboration Invite a Skilled Rep
Invite a rep with specific skills into your remote support session

Not only can you collaborate with other members of your support organization, you can collaborate with external experts and vendors, too … even if they’ve never used Bomgar!

Anyone can be brought in to collaborate on a remote support session. Bomgar's patent-pending Rep Invite borders makes it possible to invite a third-party representative to have one-time, limited access to a shared session. The invited rep is given a link to install the Bomgar Representative Console and join the session.

Bomgar even makes it easy to bring vendors in for support requests. Embassy, a patent-pending borders for secure vendor access, allows administrators to create an Embassy for each and every vendor relationship then control granularly what each vendor can or cannot access.

Reports and Session Recording give your support organization complete visibility into these collaborative sessions.

Force Escalation from One Rep or Team to Another

Bomgar's Administrative Dashboard not only lets team managers and leads oversee the support activities within their teams, it also enables them to monitor the current sessions of managed team members and take over or transfer sessions when necessary. The dashboard increases support session management and accountability.

Post-Session Lock

Reps need protection too. After enabling "Logout the User" option in the public portal, if a session using elevated privileges ends suddenly, Bomgar will ensure that permissions are restored to the end-user's original access level by forcing a user to log back in.