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Audatex Technical Committee

Welcome to the home page of the Audatex Technical Committee

The Technical Committee provides a transparent, objective examination of technical questions raised by our customers. This forms part of our commitment to ensuring the continuous improvement of our products and services, meeting the changing needs of our users and the market.


What can the Committee do for you?

Click on any of the links below to find out more:


What's new?

Below are the latest outputs from the Committee, click on any of the links to find out more:


Need to contact the Service Desk with an issue?

The Audatex Service Desk should be the first port of call for any customer enquiry relating to Audatex systems, services and data. All calls are logged and allocated a unique incident number for future reference and status tracking.

Call the Service Desk on: 0118 923 5666

Email them: servicedesk@audatex.co.uk

The Service Desk is open:

Monday to Friday: 08:00 - 18:00

Saturday: 08:30 - 12:30


Technical Committee Library

Below is a selection of information documents, statements and links generated by the Technical Committee:

Click here for the Library archive

Email

Email: servicedesk@audatex.co.uk

Our email is monitored constantly, so why not send us an email if you donít need an immediate response to your query.

Telephone

Call us on: 0118 923 5666

Network Assessments to: GBHQAE01

Call the Training Team on: 0118 923 5684

Opening Hours

Monday to Friday: 08:00-18:00
Saturday: 08:30-12:30

UK Bank Holidays: Closed

The Service Availability Hours:

Monday to Friday: 07:00-21:00
Saturday: 07:00-14:00

Excluding all bank holidays

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