Glean customers have the option to purchase a support contract as part of their services agreement and grants them entitlement to certain Service Level Agreements and Service Targets.
Service Level Agreements (SLA's)
The primary SLA which a customer is entitled to in the Response Time SLA. Upon successful submission of an issue in the approved Incident submittal system, the customer will receive a response from Glean Support at or before the stated SLA time has expired.
Service Targets which a customer will receive include Next Reply Time and Resolution Time.
Glean Support provides Support Services to Customers from its support locations in [California, United States and Bangalore, India]. Standard hours of Operation for Support are 8:00 am until 5:00 pm Pacific time. Each Glean Support location will observe standard national holidays which will result in recalculating SLA and Service Target dates and times accordingly.
Glean Support provides 24 x 7 support for Critical Priority issues only.
Glean Support maintains a support portal which Customers use to submit, view status and update Incidents with Glean. Only Incidents submitted through the official Glean support portal will be eligible for SLA entitlement or Service Target tracking. Glean may offer other channels for support collaboration including email, phone or online chat which are not entitled to SLA’s.
Incidents may only be submitted by Designated Support Contacts as identified by the Customer and provisioned as users in the Glean support portal.
Customers are required to properly assess business impact and urgency prior to selecting and submitting an Incident ticket with a requested priority level. Glean Support reserves the right to reclassify the priority level at any time if Glean reasonably believes the classification is incorrect.
Critical Glean functionality is completely unavailable, causing a material impact on Customer’s business or operations, or there is a security breach. Examples of Critical Priority events include:
Critical Glean functionality is interrupted, degraded or unusable, having a severe impact on Customer’s business or operations. Examples of High Priority events include:
Glean functionality is interrupted, degraded or unusable, having a minor impact on Customer’s business or operations. Examples of Normal Priority events include:
Non-critical inquiries or issues, not impacting Customer’s business operations. Examples of Low Priority events include:
Glean Support will resolve an Incident when a resolution or workaround has been provided to the Customer, except when:
Customer will be granted a reasonable amount of time to request to reopen the Incident should the resolution or workaround be unsuccessful.
Glean Support will close the Incident, thereby being unable to re-open or make further modifications to the Incident following a reasonable timeframe after solving the Incident. Upon termination of support service with Glean, all open Customer Incidents will be closed by Glean Support.
In order to provide the highest quality support, Glean requires a level of partnership with the Customer. The Customer will assign Designated Support Contacts to work with Glean on support issues. Designated Support Contacts must:
Certain exclusions may result in invalidation of Service Level Agreement obligations and include, but are not limited to:
Closure. The final state of the customer’s submitted Incident, whereby no further updates may be made to the issue.
Customer. The business entity, whether a direct customer of Glean or partner of Glean providing service to another business entity or entities, who entered into a valid Customer Agreement with Glean indicating that Glean will provide Support Services to such entity.
Datasource. An application which contains records or documents which are retrieved or received via Glean-approved integration method for indexing and providing to end users via search capability.
Incident. An unplanned interruption to the Glean service or reduction in the quality of the Glean service that impacts the Customer.
Resolution. Either (a) fixing the root cause of the Incident; (b) providing a temporary or permanent work around for the Incident.
Workaround. A modification, a change in process, or “patch”, which may be of a temporary or permanent nature.
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