Outstanding support is the foundation of our company, and we want your experience with our products to be exceptional from the start.
We provide one year of FREE support to all download customer of our products. At the end of that initial year period, you can continue to receive support and product updates by subscribing to a yearly support plan. For cloud hosted customers it's even easier, we provide unlimited* support for as long as you have a subscription with us.
If you discontinue support, you may subsequently reactivate support at any time after paying the appropriate reactivation fees.
Our ultimate goal is to keep our customers satisfied with our products and services. As evidence of our commitment to providing exceptional support and customer satisfaction:
- You have access to unlimited* email and phone support
- We will return your email in one business day
- We will respond to your support ticket submission in one business day
- You are entitled to free product updates while you are covered by a support plan
- We offer promotions and discounts to our existing customers on our new products
We welcome your comments about our support policies and plans, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any suggestions or feedback.
For on-premise customers, our support team will be happy to answer general questions about installing and using our products on different environments and will point you to KB articles that provide best practices. However we are not able to provide support on how to use Microsoft Windows, IIS or SQL Server itself.
For performance issues related to on-premise installations we are happy to provide recommendations and best practices, but detailed analysis of a customers' environment is outside the scope of our standard support. However subject to availability we may be able to provide technical consulting for $250/hour for those customers that need it.
*Inflectra reserves the right to limit the number of support emails and tickets from any customer that is consistently logging an excessive number of tickets.