Between 09:00 - 17:00 CET
- Non-urgent issues must be reported through the Appronto support portal.
- Urgent issues must be reported through both
- the Appronto support portal
- a phone call to +31-85-8000045. If the phone call is not received, the issue will not be handled with priority urgent.
Between 17:00 - 09:00 CET
- All issues must be reported through the Appronto support portal.
How-to log a Mendix support ticket
- Goto https://support.appronto.nl
- Login into your account
- Click on "New Support Ticket"
- Enter the required fields of the ticket form.
- Requester: your email address
- Product: Mendix (for Mendix applications) or Mendix Products (for Appronto modules from the Mendix Store)
- Type: enter the issue type (change request, question, ...)
- Subject: the subject of the issue
- Application: the name of the Mendix application or Boomi component (integration process, API, workflow ,...)
- Impact SLA: the impact of the issue on the business (low, medium, high)
- Urgency SLA: how urgent is your issue? (low, medium, high)
- Priority customer: the priority of the issue according to you, the customer (low, medium, high, urgent)
- Description: a detailed description of the issue including error messages and screenshots
The priority of an issue
The priority of a call is determined based on two factors, the impact and urgency.
- High: an issue in the production environment of a Mendix application that has a large impact on the business of the Customer and where (almost) all users suffer from.
- Medium: an issue in the production environment of a Mendix application that impacts on the business of the client and where a group of users suffer.
- Low: A trivial issue in the production environment of a Mendix application with no direct impact on the business of the Customer.
- High: the operational functionality of the Mendix application is severely disrupted.
- Medium: the operational functionality of the Mendix application is partially disrupted.
- Low: the operational functionality of the Mendix application is (almost) not disturbed.
Example: if the impact of an issue is "high" and the urgency is "high", the priority of an issue is "urgent".