Welcome to our new Customer Portal

Welcome to our new Customer Portal
9 November, 2017 NetClean
NEWS 2017/11/08

New Customer Portal

To coincide with the release of 17.2 and our new look we are launching a new Customer Portal.

The new portal will retain the key features of the old portal, allowing customers to download releases and technical information. The new portal – my.netclean – has a new design which is informed by our desire to make our look more streamlined.

Our customers will now be able to access more information regarding the technical aspects of our products, material regarding communication and information about the issue itself.

While we grow and develop this portal we would welcome customers’ input about what else you would like to be able to find here.    

The development of my.netclean means that the information that previously has been disseminated to the customer directly will now be held in the portal. This means that we can ensure that the information given to customers is always up-to-date.

All current accounts have been moved to the new portal, and customers will be able to access the content once the password has been re-activated.

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