SeamlessDesk Help Desk to SupportBee
migration service

Smooth , no special knowledge or coding required. A complete SeamlessDesk Help Desk to SupportBee data migration tool.

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Risk-free and Safe
Your passwords as well as records are safe with us and will be used for import only.
Effective and Easy
Help Desk Migration does not require any specialized skills or knowledge to get started with the migration.
Optimal & Precise
We've tackled all major peculiarities of different helpdesks to let you accurately and efficiently migrate large amounts of data

Reasons to use Help Desk Migration to switch from SeamlessDesk Help Desk to SupportBee

Strong privacy of your data

The migration is done over a secure connection, and all your credentials will immediately be deleted after you complete the data migration.

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Intuitive data migration wizard

With Help Desk Migration it really is easy to migrate your customer service to a new helpdesk without involving the IT department

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Exceptional data mapping

Our service allows mapping standard and custom fields , thus letting you make sure that the records end up in the right places in SupportBee.

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Retained connectivity between object and people

When migrating your data from SeamlessDesk Help Desk to SupportBee we keep all relations between tickets and their respective contacts, attachments, etc., thus retaining the history info.

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What you may migrate from SeamlessDesk Help Desk to SupportBee

Help Desk Objects
  • Tickets

    with replies, notes and attachments

  • Contact
  • Companies
  • Agents
  • Agents Groups
Knowledge Base Objects
  • Articles

    with images and attachments

  • Categories
  • Folders
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How does data migration from SeamlessDesk Help Desk to SupportBee work

  • Prepare

    Start by preparing Agent profiles and all necessary custom fields in your new help desk. Now, begin the process of migrating your data from SeamlessDesk Help Desk to SupportBee.

  • Fill out the form with necessary credentials to allow our data migration tool to access records from your current help desk.

  • Connect SupportBee

    Repeat the same action to integrate our service with the new help desk and thus make it possible to import the data.

  • Select objects

    Choose the information you want to migrate and set the ticket fields mapping, so the records could be transferred in line with your preferences

  • Migrate small amount of data

    Try our Free Demo Migration to see how the data migrate. You will be able to view 20 tickets in your new help desk in a few minutes!

  • Migrate to SupportBee all data

    When everything's tested out, determine a quiet time with the minimal load on the support staff and begin migrating from SeamlessDesk Help Desk to SupportBee.


Your data is in good hands

We take the protection of your data seriously, so we use, as well as develop our own, best practices and methods to protect it.


Price estimation

Select your current Help Desk platform and the future one
Number of records in your current Help Desk
Help Desk Record — every single Agent, Group, Contact, Company and Ticket. If you have 10 Agents, 10 Contacts and 40 Tickets, then you have 60 help desk records.
Knowledge Base Record — every single Article, Category and Folder. If you have 5 Articles, 6 Categories and 4 Folders, then you have 15 knowledge base records.
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Automated Migration price
During automated migration we transfer records , including relations between them.
Custom Migration price
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