For each Software subscription that you purchase from Unravel, you will receive Support as described in
this Unravel Data Systems Support and Maintenance Policy (this “ Policy ”).
Here are some definitions we use in this Policy:
1.1 “Business Day” means Monday through Friday, excluding national and state holidays observed
1.2 “Documentation ” means the end user manuals, guides, online help files and other supporting
materials that Unravel generally makes available to its customers with the Software.
1.3 “Fees” means the fees that you are required to pay us for the Software and Support during the
applicable Subscription Term, as such fees are reflected on each applicable Order Schedule.
1.4 “Order Schedule” means a written or electronic quote or other ordering document that you use
to order Software and Support.
1.5 “Plan” means the Support plan indicated on the Order Schedule that relates to the particular
Software you are ordering. You can choose between our “Standard Support” or “Premium
1.6 “Regular Business Hours” means hours between 9am and 5pm Pacific Time on Business
1.7 “Software” means the object-code version(s) of one or more of Unravel’s proprietary software
programs listed on an Order Schedule, including all Documentation, as well as any Updates to
1.8 “Subscription Term” means the Order Schedule-specified period(s) during which you may use
the Software. If no period is specified in the applicable Order Schedule, the Subscription Term will
be one year from the effective date of the Order Schedule.
1.9 “Support” means the support services described in this Policy.
1.10 “Update” means a Software release that Unravel makes generally available to its customers,
along with any corresponding changes to Documentation. An Update may be an error correction
or bug fix, or it may be an enhancement, a new feature, or new functionality.
2.1 Scope of Support; Updates. Upon payment of the Fees, and provided you are using the
Software in accordance with the Documentation, Unravel will provide you with either Standard or
Premium Support, depending on the Plan indicated on the applicable Order Schedule for the
Software you are ordering. As part of providing such Support, we will: (i) use commercially
reasonable efforts to correct any material, reproducible bugs, defects or errors in the Software (an
“ Error ”) that you make us aware of during the Subscription Term, on such days and times as are
specified in Section 2.3, below; and (ii) provide you with Updates, as and when Unravel makes
such Updates generally available to its customers. Updates will be made 100418vF available to
you via the Unravel customer portal. You are responsible for installing any Updates.
2.2 Support Contacts. You will designate at least one individual (a “ Support Contact “), with current
phone and email contact information, to serve as a liaison with Unravel to request and receive
Support. If you have ordered the Standard Support Plan, then you may designate up to two (2)
Support Contacts. If you have ordered the Premium Support Plan, then you may designate up to
four (4) Support Contacts. All of your Support requests must be initiated through a Support
Contact. To avoid interruptions in Support, please notify Unravel in writing whenever you transfer
Support Contact responsibilities to another individual. Unravel will have no obligation to provide
Support to anyone who is not a Support Contact.
2.3 Support Plans. Your Order Schedule will indicate the Plan you have chosen. If you have chosen
the Standard Support Plan, Support will be available during Regular Business Hours. If you have
chosen the Premium Support Plan, Support will be available 24/7.
2.4 Requesting and Receiving Support. Both Standard and Premium Support Plans allow you to
seek Support via email or through the Support Portal (as defined below). Email requests for
Support should be sent to email@example.com. Support may also be requested through
our online portal found https://unraveldata.zendesk.com/hc/en-us (the “ Support Portal ”). All
Support will be provided in English. Unravel will use commercially reasonable efforts to
communicate with your Support Administrator within the applicable Initial Response Times set
forth in the table below, depending on which Support Plan you have ordered. Note that a
“response” means an acknowledgment of receipt of the ticket by Unravel (the “ Initial
Response ”), and beginning to work on your issue – it does not necessarily mean that Unravel will
be able to resolve the issue within that timeframe. After the Initial Response, Unravel will provide
status updates on the issue until (i) the issue is resolved; (ii) the issue is downgraded to a lower
Severity Level (in which case the nature and frequency of status updates for the new Severity
Level may be different than what was provided for the higher Severity Level); or (iii) the parties
agree on an alternative update schedule. If you have ordered our Standard Support Plan rather
than our Premium Support Plan, then Support requests submitted outside of Regular Business
Hours will be dealt with when Regular Business Hours resume.
2.5 Initial Response Times and Update Frequency.
|Severity Level||Initial Response Time SLA for Standard Plan||Initial Response Time SLA for Premium Plan|
|Severity 1 – Production Down||1 Regular Business Hour||1 Hour|
|Severity 2 – Core Feature Inoperative||4 Regular Business Hours||4 Hours|
|Severity 3 – Minor Feature Inoperative||1 Business Day||1 Business Day|
|Severity 4 – Request for Information||1 Business Day||1 Business Day|
2.6 Designation of Severity Level. The severity level will be established based upon your request,
provided that Unravel reserves the right to reclassify the severity level of a Support request at any
time if Unravel reasonably believes the classification is incorrect . Severity levels can only be set
by you when you request Support via the Support Portal. As a result, any Support requests sent
via email will automatically be set at Severity 4 (Low). If you believe your Support request is for a
higher severity level, you should ensure that you submit your request via the Support Portal
rather than via email.
Severity 1 (S1): An S1 is a major Error within the software that severely impacts the Customer’s use of the Software, where the production system is totally down or not fully functioning or mission critical applications or Unravel is not usable and no workaround exists or there is loss of data. Unravel promptly initiates the following procedures: (a) assigns support specialists to correct the Error on an expedited basis; (b) provides ongoing communication on the status of the issue; and (c) begins to provide a temporary workaround or fix. Unravel responds to S1 production down issues within an hour of issue receipt. All S1 issues must be logged on the Unravel Customer Portal.
Severity 2 (S2): An S2 is a medium to high impact Error within the software where the customer’s production system is functioning but in a degraded or restricted capacity, such as a problem that is causing significant impact to portions of the Customer’s business operations and productivity or major functionality is inoperable. Unravel (a) assigns an Unravel support specialist to correct the Error on an expedited basis and (b) provides ongoing communication on the status of the issue. Unravel exercises commercially reasonable efforts to provide a workaround or include a fix for the Severity 2 Errors in a forthcoming Maintenance or Patch Release. Unravel responds to S2 issues within 4 hours of issue receipt. All S2 issues must be logged on the Unravel Customer Portal.
Severity 3 (S3): An S3 is a medium to low impact Error within the software that involves partial and/or non-critical loss of functionality, such as a problem that that impairs some operations but allows the Customer’s operations to continue to function. Unravel responds to S3 production issues within one (1) business day of issue receipt. Unravel will triage the request and may include a resolution via workaround. Unravel responds to S3 issues next business day. All S3 issues must be logged on the Unravel Customer Portal.
Severity 4 (S4): An S4 is a low priority request for information where there is no impact to business operations. This could include a ‘how to’ product question, a need to clarify procedures or information in documentation, a request for a product enhancement or an administrative request relating to the Unravel Customer Portal. Unravel responds to Severity 4 requests within one (1) business day of issue receipt.
2.7 Excluded Errors. Unravel will not be responsible for providing Support when: (i) someone (other
than Unravel) has modified the Software; (ii) you have changed your operating system or
environment in a way that adversely affects the Software or its performance; (iii) you are misusing
the Software or using it in a manner for which it was not designed, or other than as authorized by
the Documentation or the applicable Software license agreement; (iv) the Error is related to or
arises from any software, hardware, networks, systems, facilities or other resources not supplied
by Unravel; or (v) the Error results from any Internet connectivity issues or force majeure event.
2.8 Supported Updates. Unravel will only support a given Software Update for one (1) year from the
date of its commercial release.
Unravel reserves the right to amend this Policy from time to time, upon written notice to you,
provided that such changes will not take effect until the next Subscription Term.