The Roxen Technical Support process
How are support calls handled?
Your problem will be accurately detailed in our Service Request Tracking System. It will be assigned a Case Number for tracking purposes, and Priority level based on the Priority level you set for the call (see Support Priorities below). The Priority level determines the path your Case will follow to resolution. After completing the information regarding your call, our Technical Engineer will begin the process of isolating the problem and resolving it. In the process of isolating your issue you may be asked to provide additional information and documentation such as Cases, traces and core readouts. The Technical Support Engineer who initially spoke with you will determine your problem and manage it’s resolution. Typically, this engineer will be your primary contact for the Case Number assigned to your call. If necessary, your issue will also be reviewed and worked on, by either a member of the Tier Two Technical Support Engineering team. However Tier 1 support engineer will always take the ownership of the case.
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Priority is defined as a problem or situation that reflects customers system or software issues and that jeopardizes the operation.
System production unit severely impacted or completely down. Project deliverables severely impacted. System operations of mission-critical applications are down.
Same as "Normal" but with more attention because of escalation.
Normal (Default priority)
Production unit functioning with limited use. Production unit unstable, with periodic interruptions. Mission-critical applications are not affected, but system interruptions occur. Time-sensitive question impacting performance or deliverables.
General information. Need clarification of procedures or information in documentation. Product enhancement requests.
Typically all phone support requests are responded to directly. However, should you not be able to reach a Technical Support Engineer during your first contact with Roxen Support, please leave a voice mail message and the next available Roxen support representative will respond to your call as rapidly as possible within the defined response times for the call priority. If you do leave a voice message or choose to contact Roxen via email or the web please provide you name, phone number, and call severity in your communications. After responding your call, our Technical Engineer will normally begin the process of isolating the problem and resolving it, the service request is then "Activated". Below is a matrix describing the different response times depending on the priority of the service request.
Normal (Default priority)