This article relates to all our software products. 

Our central support team works 8am-10pm GST/BST Monday to Friday. This means our central team covers business hours across both Europe and East Coast USA for all standard support processes including onboardings, troubleshooting, technical guidance and training. 

However we have also branched out our team to the US and Australia to be able to provide a broader coverage for all time zones. We aim to be able to cover full business hours support worldwide by the end of 2021. 

We also have 24/7/365 on-call engineers for any critical urgent issues, such as service outages. 

Our support is based on a 4-tier priority system. 

Urgent1 Hour
High4 Hours
Medium8 Hours
Low24 Hours

These priorities can be set when submitting a ticket on our support portal. 

By default when a ticket is created by sending an email to it is given a 'medium' priority. If you email a ticket to our a team that has a more serious priority, you should make it clear in the email subject. e.g. 'Urgent: IAM Services Offline' 

Tickets marked as 'feature requests' are automatically assigned a 'low' priority. 

Low priority does not mean unimportant. We still take every ticket we receive as seriously as the next. Priority simply confers the urgency of our response. 

We also provide an 99.9% service uptime guarantee. 

Our service uptime can be monitored at 

Should we fail to meet our 99.9% service uptime guarantee you may be eligible for service credits. 

If we fail to reach 99.9% uptime, service credits of 7 days can be issued on request. 

If we fail to reach 99% uptime, service credits of 14 days can be issued on request.

Service credits can only be requested within 30 days of the downtime events leading to the failure of the SLA, and some basic evidence is required to supplement the claim - such as a timestamped screenshot of an error screen. 

We have a number of unofficial SLAs for platform performance to help set expectations.

If you have any questions please feel free to contact us at