VersionOne Support Program

What are your official support hours?

This is the first question new customers ask about support so we put it front and center for everyone to see. This question has a bunch of asterisks behind it because there is a legal answer (love them lawyers) and “what really happens” answer...

Contractually, our support team is available Monday-Friday, 6am to 7pm EST (with the few exceptions on US Holidays). In reality, someone is ALWAYS watching out for critical issues 24/7. If you hit a “critical” issue, we have systems in place for you to get help.

Critical issues are defined as “system down” type issues and not, “I cannot print this report”.

Logging a Critical Down Issue

If your production use of the VersionOne program is stopped or so severely impacted that you cannot reasonably continue work or you experience a complete loss of service, please reply to the "Request Received" email with the words "Critical Down" in the body of the message and we will respond accordingly. You can also tag a ticket as Critical Down in the support portal (see below).

You may also access our customer support platform which can be accessed at: In order to fully take advantage of the features this platform has to offer, please sign up at -

If at any time you feel we are not meeting your expectations, please send a note to explaining the issues.

For On-Demand Customers...

For customers with an On-Demand (V1 Hosted) instance, our automated tools and actual “real people” monitor the status on a 24/7 basis. Lots of activities happen behind the scene to keep your instance of Lifecycle running when YOU need it. In most cases, we know about an issue before you do.

How can I get self help?

The VersionOne Community Site is available 24/7. There, you can get answers to your common questions, watch videos, and read in-depth online Help articles on various product topics.

How do I contact a real person?

As you can probably imagine, there are several ways to get help, and thankfully none of them involve using a fax machine, beepers or a rotary phone.

Submit a Ticket At our Customer Support Portal, you can submit new support tickets, update existing tickets, and view the status of any other open tickets you may have with us. Additionally, the Customer Support Portal has a nifty (and free) screen capture tool so you can create a short video of your problem and automatically attach it to your ticket. As they say, a picture is worth a thousand words and being able to see a recording of the problem in question will make diagnosing and resolving the problem all that much easier and faster.
Email If submitting a ticket on our Customer Support Portal isn't your thing, you can always reach us by email at Emails automatically generate a new support ticket, and we'll send an auto-reply to you with your new ticket number.
Call 678.268.3332
or 800.211.3047
If you feel that your need for help is urgent, or if you just prefer hearing our fabulous and famously soothing voices, you can always reach us by phone during normal weekday business hours. While we really do strive to answer every call as they come in, the reality is that you may reach our voicemail instead of a live person. If you do reach our voicemail, please leave a message and we'll either call you back or email you as soon as we possibly can.

Ok, I've asked for help, what happens next?

After you've submitted your support issue, you should receive an immediate reply back from us stating that we received your request and will respond within one business day.

From there, we prioritize the requests based on priority and “last one in, first out”. If after reading the ticket initially, we may reach back out to you for further clarification or have your perform some initial troubleshooting steps. We may even, don’t be shocked here, CALL you back if the issue is so deep that emails back-and-forth would be wasting your time.

On occasion, we may need to get our fabulous development team involved to take a super-deep dive into the problem. The support team always has a “developer-on-call” who will alongside the support team to help with complex issues.