It’s without a doubt that all of us have spent time on the receiving end of technical phone support. In a world where there are more connected devices than people, there’s no denying that today most of us live digitally driven lives which are heavily reliant on technology.
That’s why technical support needs to evolve and become digitally driven to better match evolving consumer lifestyles and needs.
The industry leading systems we have in place allow us to provide a tailored service to you. We’ve refined them over time and now have a mature process, built in accordance with industry compliance and best practice in mind. They’re designed to be transparent, responsive and complete so we can guarantee great customer service and prompt resolution of your ICT issues and requests.
Our Service Desk team are so well trained and experienced that the entire process, right through to a fix, takes place while you’re on the phone. If not, we have a rigorous process in place to resolve your request in a fast and efficient manner. Here’s an outline of how it works

Our Technical Support Process

Requesting support (raising a ticket)

We make it easy for you to start the process – the last thing you want when you need something done is a complex or slow start. You can use the most convenient method for you:

You can email us using our support desk email, telephone us or connect with a technician using our real-time chat. Our Service Desk is manned 24/7 and we monitor voice mails around the clock.

You can also create a support ticket at any time using our Service Hub via the web, using your desktop or mobile app.


Once we have all the details from you, we quickly assess the priority of your request, based on how much it affects you and your organisations. For more information on how we do this, please see our SLA page. We’ll let you know what the priority is, but we can also change the priority if you let us know that we’ve got it wrong.

We’ll also let you know who the contact is for your ticket, so you know exactly who will be helping you. If your ticket needs escalating to someone with specialist knowledge, or if it passed on in order to speed things up, we’ll also let you know who they are.


Most problems and requests are dealt with by the people we call our “1st line support” who take your call or answer your email – all technically trained and not just call loggers.

They will look at your request and formulate a resolution plan. They will begin work on your ticket, but if they haven’t managed to find a complete resolution within the first 30 minutes of work, then we look to escalate your ticket up to the second line of support.

A key part of progress is for your contact to keep you fully updated – sometimes this is by email, and at other times we will call you, especially if there are any complications or delays so we can answer any questions you have.

We track progress against our promised timings (or SLAs) and if we get closer to our time limits we will also increase the priority of your ticket and escalate it too, if that is appropriate.


If a ticket is assessed and your issue is critical or very technical it will be escalated immediately to the senior members of our technical team. This ultimately saves time with serious issues. We have two further tiers of support.

Level two support – these are more experience and qualified technical staff, who are dedicated to dealing with your more complex issues, either remotely or as field engineers on your premises. This frees up our 1st line technicians to take more of your calls and provide a fast response and resolution for the majority of your issues.

Level three support – for critical, very urgent or highly complex tickets and requests, we have a 3rd line of technical staff. These people all have years of experience, full training and are certified to the top levels for key vendors. You can be rest assured that they will get to the bottom of the problem as quickly as is possible.


Once your ticket is dealt with, we’ll check with you to confirm that things are working as expected before closing it.

You have up to 30 days to re-open a ticket (via telephone, email or our customer portal) if something comes up later or you’re unhappy with anything.


We usually send an email asking for feedback or comments from you. It’s up to you, but we really do appreciate your feedback. We always read what you have to say, and do our best to address any issues you highlight. Feedback is genuinely important and valuable to us. We’re dedicated to continual service improvement and your insights help us enormously.

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