We provide support to Enterprise customers through Slack Channels and email at email@example.com. To ensure a consistent support experience aligned with our Service Level Agreements (SLAs), please follow these best practices:
Avoid Blind Forwarding: Please refrain from blindly forwarding tickets to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you need to forward an email into support, include the following information to help us assist you efficiently:
- Customer details
- Link to the specific issue
- Detailed summary of the issue or question
- Consequences of not taking the desired action
- Any time considerations and their significance
- Any additional relevant information that can assist us
Create a Ticket within Zendesk: You can also create a ticket on behalf of the customer in Zendesk. Set the customer as the requestor, select
Apply Macroat the bottom left of the screen, and apply the
Customer Support Ticket Requestmacro. Fill out the requested information to provide comprehensive context.
Customers without Slack Agent: If you need help for a customer who doesn’t have our Slack agent installed, please create a ticket for them using the steps mentioned above. Alternatively, you can have the customer reach out to us directly via email@example.com.
In order to deliver exceptional customer support, it’s important for Sales, Customer Engineering, and Technical Advisors to establish effective interactions with Support Engineering to best support our customers.
Trial Customers: To create tickets for trial customers, use the ❓ emoji in Slack or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. This will notify our Customer Engineering team about any issues or questions from trial customers.
Post-sales Customers: For post-sales customers, tickets can be created using the 🎟️ emoji in Slack, sending an email to email@example.com, or directly creating a ticket in Zendesk. In some cases, tickets originating from trial support may require additional guidance from our Support Engineers. In such cases, the Customer Engineering (CE) team should create a post in #discuss-customer-support to request a Support Engineer (SE) to take ownership of the ticket. Once the SE has confirmed, the CE can transfer ticket ownership from themselves to the appropriate SE.
Technical Advisors (TAs) and Support Engineers (SEs) collaborate closely in supporting our post-sales customers. If an existing conversation with a customer requires engagement from Support Engineering, please follow the best practices for involving SEs to ensure a smooth and effective resolution.