Customer Success

HYPR Success & Support Services

HYPR Customer Success Services (“Support Services”) terms are subject to the terms of the HYPR Terms of Service (“Agreement”), and capitalized terms not defined here will have the meaning specified (if applicable) in the Agreement.

  Standard Premium Plus Support Enterprise Support Package
Support Access
Support Coverage Business hours Enterprise-grade (24x7) Enterprise-grade (24x7)
Support Contact Email service Priority email & web Priority email, web & phone submission
Case Assignment Standard Priority Priority
HYPR Knowledge Hub Access
Access to Support Utility Library
Support for Tailored Services
Success Services
Product Roadmap Webinars
Annual Success Plans
Annual Health Check Once per Year Twice per Year
Annual Architect Consultation 20 Consultation Hours
Welcome Content & End User Guides
HYPR Admin Webinars
Communications Planning
Helpdesk Training
Admin Certification and Training Program    —    —
Implementation Service Package Available Service Package Available Service Package Available
Support Access
Saas Tenant Availability 99.9% 99.9% 99.99%
Development Environments   1 Additional Development Environment 2 Additional Development Environments
On-Premise Deployment Support     (Annual Upgrade)


Priority Levels

HYPR will establish the priority level of each reported support request that Customer refers to HYPR for assistance. The priority level of each reported support request shall be classified as follows (each, a “Priority Level”):

Priority Level Description Example
Level 1 Critical Impact (Software Down in Production). An Error that cannot be reasonably circumvented and affects all users. Restricts Customer’s ability to use the Software to perform necessary business functions. Service is down and not accessible by all Users in production; Data centers are not responding and all users are not able to register, authenticate or de-register.
Level 2 Major Impact (Software Crashing/Hanging in Production). An Error that significantly restricts Customer's ability to use the Software to perform one or more necessary business functions; Affects more than half the user population. Production servers in a data center are not responding or responding consistently with failures; Users cannot register, authenticate or de-register; Failure impacts more than 50% of users.
Level 3 Moderate Impact (Performance/Operational Impact in Production). An Error that restricts the Customer’s ability to use one or more portions or features of the Software to perform a necessary function, but which can be reasonably circumvented. Issue affects more than half the user population Production servers in a data center are not responding or responding consistently with failures; Users cannot register, authenticate or de-register without a workaround applied; Failure impacts more than 50% of users. Performance of any above functions is degraded by 50%
Level 4

"Minor Impact of functionality or performance in either Production or non-production environment. Issues affects a portion or unspecified amount of user population.
QA and Testing environment issues will automatically be classified as priority 4 or lower."

Non-critical features are not behaving as expected leading to inability to complete an attempted action. Occasional failure is reported with the product and retry attempts are unsuccessful at success.
Level 5 No impact. A request for general information, or to address a minor, non-material issue. Service feature enhancement requests or information used by an administration or end user to complete a necessary action.

Response Times

Premium Plus Support & Enterprise Support Response Time for the Service during 24×7 Support hours

Priority Level Issue Acknowledgement Subsequent Updates
Level 1 30 Minutes 1 Hours
Level 2 2 Hours 2 Hours
Level 3 12 Hours 12 Hours
Level 4 24 business Hours 48 business Hours

Standard Support Response Time for the Service during Business Hour support

Priority Level Issue Acknowledgement Subsequent Updates
Level 1 4 Business Hours 12 Business Hours
Level 2 12 Business Hours 24 Business Hours
Level 3 24 Business Hours 72 Business Hours
Level 4 24 Business Hours 72 Business Hours

Collaberation and Supportability

HYPR’s ability to deliver Support Services depends upon the Customer’s full and timely cooperation as well as the accuracy and completeness of any information Customer provides. Customer must have validly licensed HYPR software that meet(s) the applicable minimum requirements for supportability described in the HYPR documentation and must provide all prerequisite information for HYPR to meet its obligations under the Support Services. 

Acknowledgement by HYPR

HYPR will respond to all requests for Support reported by Customer. If a request is determined to be a Priority 1 through Priority 3, it shall be deemed an Error.

If a support request is deemed an Error, Customer’s report of the Error to HYPR will include prerequisite information, if available from the Customer after due inquiry by Customer. Prerequisite Information:

  • Date and time did the issue occurred
  • Frequency of the issue
  • Environment impacted (DEV, POV, PROD, SIT or UAT)
  • Total users impacted
  • Completed troubleshooting steps
  • Reproduction steps
  • If any Customer controlled environmental changes have occurred recently
  • Any relevant HYPR logs
  • Environment system logs, program dumps, , traces and other outputs
  • Reports or information that HYPR may reasonably request associated with the Error


HYPR will acknowledge receipt of all Errors within the response times, per the corresponding Priority Level ("Response Times") by contacting Customer’s Designated Support Contact by e-mail or telephone, provided that a response is required.

Resolution by HYPR

Within the specified Response Times, HYPR will use reasonable efforts to provide a resolution to each Error based on an action plan agreed to between the parties, within the Resolution Target established for the applicable Priority Level. Customer Designated Support Contact shall have performed all necessary Triage Support and will use additional reasonable efforts to assist HYPR to resolve the Error if the determination of the Error is unclear and impacts the Resolution Target time frames noted below. If an Error cannot be resolved within the applicable Resolution Target, HYPR will contact Customer as soon as a resolution or workaround is discovered by HYPR. Both  parties will use their reasonable efforts to assist each other in resolving any Errors.

Response Times

With respect to any support request deemed to be an Error, HYPR will respond to Customer with an acknowledgement and action plan and commence efforts to provide a resolution in accordance with the following, based on the applicable Priority Level, after Customer notifies HYPR of the Error. For purposes of the table below, a “business day” shall mean any weekday which is not a HYPR holiday and a “business hour” shall mean any hour between 9:00 AM and 5:00 PM (US Eastern Time) during any such business day.

Designated Support Contacts

Customer shall assign two (2) individuals, who shall perform the following tasks in connection with the Support (“Designated Contact(s)”): (a) successfully complete required HYPR training; (b) after successful completion of such training, perform Triage Support as defined and described in the Customer Triage section below, and submit requests for Support on behalf of Customer; (c) develop knowledge and understanding of the currently deployed Software; (d) accurately characterize problems and describe their business impact; (e) reasonably describe symptoms of problems; (f) provide background information leading up to problems; (g) describe the steps or actions taken to attempt to resolve such problems; (h) provide timely and accurate responses to HYPR requests related to the delivery of the Support; and (i) provide timely feedback on fixes and recommendations.

Customer Triage

Prior to submitting a request for Support, the Designated Contacts shall: (a) assist an End Users with usage of HYPR software or the Documentation; (b) identify and document a reported problem in the Software and the issues causing the problem reported by an End User; and (c) commence troubleshooting the reported problem (“Triage Support”). As part of Triage Support the Designated Contacts shall: (i) document the reported problem; (ii) analyze or reproduce the reported problem or determine that the reported problem is not reproducible; (iii) resolve any End User issue caused by an Error in the Software for which HYPR has provided the needed support action to the Designated Contacts; and (iv) identify and implement any workarounds and/or fixes provided by HYPR.

For the support services applicable prior to January 26, 2024, please see here

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