Unific’s technical support team uses the following criteria for determining a new ticket's priority level:
- Customers on a prepaid Annual Plan
- Customers with a Technical Support Addon
- Issues with a "Critical" severity (For example a complete loss of service for multiple customers at once on production stores)
- Degraded service for multiple customers at once on production stores
- Response time: Same day support on business days
- Customers on one or more Monthly Paid Plans
- Degraded Service - The data sync affecting only a few customers' production connections. The service is still functioning but in a degraded state.
- Installation issues on production connections
- Integration issues on production connections
- Difficulty connecting your cart or marketing platform to Unific (included for customers of all plan types)
- Response time: 3 - 5 business days
- Customers on Free plan:
- Assistance for connection issues for customers on any free plan will get resolved as quickly as possible (as long as the shopping cart and marketing platform setup are standard)
- If there are open tickets (unrelated to connection issues) for customers with paid plans, Free plan customers will be served after those tickets have been resolved.
- General issues include:
- Product questions
- Feature requests
- Issues where a workaround may be available.
- Response time: 5 - 7 busines days
- Unific's Business Hours are Monday to Friday, between 9 am to 5 pm in the US Eastern (EST) time zone
- Medium priority and low priority tickets created during non-business hours and/or national holidays will be responded to in the next business day during the business hours defined above
- High priority tickets with critical severity will be answered as soon as they are seen by Unific staff
- High priority tickets with medium and low severity will be answered during the business hours
- Since Unific integrates with your shopping cart and email marketing platform, Unific may require more time to coordinate with the support teams of the 3rd parties during their business hours.
Critical: This indicates complete shut-down of the system, nothing can proceed further
Example: Production systems are down affecting multiple Unific customers at once
Degraded: This indicates the system is still functional but produces undesirable behavior
Example Integration issues affecting a single platform that cause only customers for that platform to experience unexpected problems.
Mild: This indicates the system is still functioning for all customers and there's no major break down