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Support

Supporting you is our main focus.  We get you straight, fast answers – without time-consuming holdups or false starts.  Plus our experienced, highly trained team ensures you get the right solution for your specific needs.  So we invite you to give us a click or a call and discover all the outstanding support we can provide.


Product Support
Product Support

View product specific resources to help simplify your implementation and maintenance.

Knowledge Base                                             

Search the Knowledge Base for answers to the most common questions.  

Documentation and Software
Documentation and Software

Installation, product documentation and software downloads for each of our products can be found here.  Search based on product, key words, or document type for the specific information you are looking for.
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CO-OP User Community
CO-OP User Community

The CO-OP User Community is a collaborative client-centric place to share ideas, experiences, development, forms and reports with users just like you.
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Evisions HelpDesk
HelpDesk

The HelpDesk provides our clients and technical staff a method to accurately capture, track, sort and view product support requests.
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Cayuse Research Suite
Evisions Research Suite

Support for the Cayuse product line will continue to be performed from Cayuse's Portland office and through Cayuse's website. Please bear with us while we integrate our support systems. To find out more, visit www.support.cayuse.com.

Tax Center
Tax Center

Templates, User Guide, Form Specs and Samples.

 

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Testimonials

Northwest Nazarene University"It is rare to find a software vendor that truly puts customers first. Evisions demonstrates this with the quality of their software and customer support. Their software installs quickly, is easy to learn and it just works like it should. We spend at most a quarter of the time supporting Evisions software as we did with our previous reporting software. It is almost always flexible enough to approach an unusual problem in several different ways."

Brian Stillman
Dir. Administrative Computing
Northwest Nazarene University