Raising a Ticket

Raising a Ticket

  To raise a ticket from the customer portal,

  1. Click Submit a Ticket .

  1. In the displayed form, choose your product for which you'd like to raise a ticket from the Products drop-down and fill out details such as contact name, email address, phone, subject, and description.

  2. Finally, enter the captcha code and click Submit Request. 

  1. If you are an unregistered contact, processing of your request will be subject to the organization's policy.
  2. The Products drop-down availability is subject to the organization's configuration.

Sample form with the Products drop-down:


Sample form without the Products drop-down:

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