With iLert's Stakeholder Engagement feature, you can keep stakeholders informed during an ongoing incident with minimal effort while focusing your time on incident resolution.
Use cases for stakeholders may include
Internal stakeholders within your organization, e.g. executives, the marketing team, customer support team, or
External stakeholders outside your organization, e.g. if you're an IT service provider and want to keep your
customers in the loop about an ongoing incident.
Stakeholders will only be able to see the incidents to which they've subscribed to and won't be able to see any other data, such as other incidents, alert sources, escalation policies, etc.
We recommend grouping stakeholders into teams. That way, you can subscribe an entire team to an incident instead of adding every user one by one. E.g., you could create teams by department or business service, which also makes it easier for incident responders to decide who to inform about an ongoing incident.
To manage teams, click on the cog icon and go to Users and teams. Note that you need to have the admin role to manage teams.
Stakeholders - or any other iLert user - can be subscribed to incident by any incident responder within the web interface or the mobile app.
Before you add a stakeholder to an incident, make sure to change the incident summary text so that stakeholders will be able to understand the impact of the incident. On the incident page, click on Manage stakeholders of this incident.
After being added to an incident, stakeholders will immediately receive a notification using their preferred contact methods and will receive additional notifications for any of the following events:
a status update is posted on the incident with the checkbox Send as update to stakeholders enabled
when the incident is resolved
Stakeholders can log into our mobile app and change their contact details and methods. Any admin can also change the settings for a stakeholder.
Stakeholders will only see the incidents to which they have been added as stakeholders. They won't be able to see any other incidents and objects, such as alert sources, escalation policies, etc.
Mobile app screenshots when logged in as stakeholder:
No, not yet. Currently, stakeholders have to be manually subscribed to an incident by an incident responder.