Support and Availability Policy

Which steps are we taking to keep Timekit live?

Written by derrick mak
Updated over a week ago

This Support, Security and Availability Policy (the “Policy”) sets forth the policies and procedures with respect to services (the “Service”) provided by Timekit to a customer (“Customer”) pursuant to a separate Service agreement between Timekit and Customer (a “Customer Agreement”).


As further described below, Timekit will use commercially reasonable efforts to: (i) provide Customer with [99.9%] availability to the Service (the “Service Availability”); and (ii) provide standard support to Customer.


If the Service becomes substantially unavailable to Customer due to defects with the Service, Timekit will respond to Customer (i) within [eight (8)] hours from Customer’s notification to Timekit of such unavailability, if during normal business hours (Monday-Friday, 8:00am – 6:00pm Pacific), or (ii) within [eight (8)] hours of the start of the next business day, if outside of normal business hours.The Service Availability will be measured on a monthly basis, with all hours weighted equally, but the Service Availability measurement will exclude reasonable scheduled downtime for system maintenance as well as any downtime or performance issues resulting from third party connections, services or utilities or other reason beyond Timekit’s control (including without limitation, acts of God, acts of government, flood, fire, earthquakes, civil unrest, acts of terror, strikes or other labor problems (other than those involving Timekit employees), computer, telecommunications, Internet service provider or hosting facility failures or delays involving hardware, software or power systems not within Timekit’s possession or reasonable control, and denial of service attacks).


Timekit will provide support to customer for defects with the Service in accordance with the Service Plan selected by Customer. Any other support services are outside of the scope of this policy and must be separately agreed in writing by Customer and Timekit. Customer may designate up to two (2) support contacts (“Designated Support Contacts”), and all support requests must come through the Designated Support Contacts.Customer may update the Designated Support Contacts by providing notice to Timekit. You can see the level of support for each plan here:

Scheduled Maintenances and Downtime:

Timekit will post scheduled downtime for maintenances and upgrades on our status page. Customers may subscribe to the page to get the latest updates and be made aware of when scheduled downtime is coming and for how long the system will be down.

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