Check out the training videos, the FAQs and speak to your Account Manager or Service Delivery Manager for further support, if needed. SMAX is highly intuitive, easy to navigate and provides a fresh new modern interface which makes it easy to adopt.
Before you login to SMAX for the first time you will need to register for an account. Please follow the account registration steps. Once you are logged in you will be taken to the SMAX dashboard which will allow you to make a request or check progress on existing requests raised via our Support Team.
If you forget your SMAX password, you can now reset your details from the SMAX login page. Please follow the password recovery steps.
During the registration process, if your email domain (e.g. @example.com) is not recognised you will need to provide your organisation’s unique support handle. The support handle is a unique 32-digit alphanumeric code which can be obtained from a colleague or your IT team, where an exisiting SMAX user. Please follow obtain my support handle to retrieve your organisation’s code.
By clicking on ‘Your Requests’ which is located to the right side of the search bar, you will be able to see a list of requests which allows you to keep track of your service and support requests. ‘Public requests’ show you requests already logged by colleagues within your organisation. This will allow you to see the status of service and support requests right across your organisation.
The virtual agent currently provides an alternative way to search for information or identify appropriate request offerings to resolve your needs. We do however, continue to explore options to provide a ‘live chat’ functionality, so please watch this space.
To self-diagnose an issue, either use the search bar or the virtual agent by typing in your issue e.g., slow connection. Articles will appear in the search results which assist with self-resolution. If you do not see an article to assist with resolution for your issue, please select a relevant ‘support request’ and complete the form.
The way we describe change requests has changed. Firstly, there are two types of offerings within SMAX. These are service requests and support requests. Change requests are now known as service requests. Incidents are now known as support requests. You can find service and support offerings by searching in the search bar and completing the relevant form. * Note, within our Service Definitions, Change Requests will now refer to Service Requests.
If you cannot find a relevant support request, please try using alternative key words relating to your query. Alternatively, if immediate technical report is required, please contact our support team on 0345 120 7070. For other queries or requests please contact your Account Manager or Service Delivery Manager.
To log a support ticket, simply type in key words relating to your issue using the search bar or virtual agent. Then select the appropriate Support (or Service Request) for completion. For other queries or requests please contact your Account Manager or Service Delivery Manager.
For updates relating to your service or support requests, view ‘Your requests’ on the SMAX dashboard. There are four filters for requests. These are grouped as ‘Open’ or ’Closed’. ’Public requests’ shows other requests within your organisation. ‘Following’ allows you to follow a public request to get updates.
Find ‘Your requests’ on the SMAX dashboard. Select to filter by ’Public request’. shows other requests within your organisation. ‘Following’ allows you to follow a request by someone else in your organisation and to get updates.
To view all the detail within a request, select the request reference and select view to see full details. All the information, which was captured on the request, including the resolution will be displayed. Interactions and attachments are also visible.
All ideas can be shared with your Account Manager or Service Delivery Manager, or if you prefer you can feedback by completing the following form.. These will be reviewed regularly and those selected for implementation will be prioritised.
Where a defect is identified please log a Support request directly within the SMAX portal by searching for ‘SMAX defect’ in the search bar or alternatively, select the ‘Applications’ tile from the dashboard and search.
Please follow our informative user guide on how to get set-up first time. Our mobile application is available on both the Android and iOS platforms.
We welcome suggestions and feedback on SMAX and would like to hear of any enhancements you would like to see. These will be reviewed on a 4-weekly basis and selected for prioritisation.