Open letter to our customer support team

As you know, CDVI prides itself with its personalised technical support, helping thousands of CDVI customers every year. From training opportunities to helping installers get the best out of our products, visiting and helping with site surveys, to providing accurate technical information to support and maintain any of our hundreds of products.

As the General Manager of CDVI UK with many previous experiences within the security and access control industry, I know how hard it can be to build a strong technical customer support able to accurately deal with our large customer database. Customer support is critical to the success of any business, and every one of our customers has unique needs and wants from their Access Control system. 

Our customer support team is available via email, live webchat and phone with local phone numbers recently launched in Ireland and South Africa. The team is always ready to help our customers, from a bespoke quote for special projects to taking installers through advanced features in our Online Access Control system to make sure it meets the end users’ needs.
Our extended multi-platform support initiative has been met with very positive feedback from our customers.

Some of the latest feedback we received from our customers:
Quick response and knew exactly what I needed. Excellent service as usual.
Gareth was very helpful and patient with his advice. Would recommend!
Quick, easy, professional response to my query. I use CDVI products often in my installations and really appreciate the tech support on the odd occasion I need it

This is a great achievement for our customer support team and for us at CDVI UK. I would like to especially thank Ian, Gareth, Gordon, Dan and Aaron for their efforts in supporting our customers.

Give them a shout today if you need anything:

  • 01628 531300, option 2 (from the UK)
  • 1800939590 (from Ireland)
  • 0800014506 (from South Africa)
  • Or live chat with them by clicking on the chat icon on the right!

Best regards, 
Paul Ramsay