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Billing Software

Discussion in 'cPanel Developers' started by dmghq, Dec 3, 2008.

  1. dmghq

    dmghq Member

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    Do you know of any free billing software for cpanel other than cpcreator?
     
  2. rrwh

    rrwh Well-Known Member

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    no...

    ... But I am pretty happy with whoiscart - it is pretty cheap and does a decent job.
     
  3. darren.nolan

    darren.nolan Well-Known Member

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    I hear phpcoin is free, has modules/plugins for WHM...

    But for $15 bucks a month you can't go past WHMCS.

    Personally when it comes to server billing things - I wouldn't pick something open source - as the code is usually posted on the intarwebs showing crackers potential vulnerabilities.
     
  4. cPanelDavidG

    cPanelDavidG Technical Product Specialist

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    Here's my current list of billing applications known to work well with cPanel/WHM:

    Commercial Applications (Listed Alphabetically)

    * Account Lab Plus - Netenberg.com/accountlabplus.php
    * Advanced Webhost Billing System (AWBS) - AWBS.com (Formerly: DRAMS)
    * Blesta - Blesta.com
    * ClientExec - ClientExec.com
    * HostAdmin - DreamCost.com/?page=hostadmin (Requires purchase of add-on module to work with cPanel/WHM)
    * iHost - iHostDev.com/ihost.html
    * iPanel - iHostDev.com/ipanel.html
    * Logicbill - Logicbill.com
    * PhpHostBot - idevspot.com/PhpHostBot.php
    * Platypus - resellers.TuCows.com/backoffice
    * Ubersmith - Ubersmith.com
    * Whois.Cart - WhoisCart.net
    * WHM AutoPilot - WHMAutoPilot.com
    * WHM Complete Solution - WHMCS.com
    * WHN Billing Professional - WebHostingBilling.com/whnbilling.html

    Free Applications (Listed Alphabetically)

    * Auto Host Manager (AHM) - AutoHostManager.com
    * FastPay - fastpay.EquableHost.com
    * phpCOIN - phpCOIN.com (Requires add-on module to work with cPanel/WHM)
    * Solid-State - Solid-State.org (Requires add-on module to work with cPanel/WHM)
     
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    Seconded. I use it and it's great. It's got pretty much everything covered, has excellent support and is regularly updated unlike some of the others. v3.80 BETA is just out.

    It just works and generally runs everything automatically for you. It's automated so many of the processes I used to do manually that the $15 a month is more than made up in time saved and not having to chase customers.

    I trialled ModernBill/Kayako, Whois.cart, ClientExec, AccountLab and WHM Auto Pilot as well as looking at phpCOIN, phpSupport and other free options and rolling my own system based on phpWebSite and Applescript/MYOB. WHMCS beat everything I tried. It's made a huge difference to my business this year.
     
  6. ScrltOTara

    ScrltOTara Active Member

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    Same here

    I also use WHMCS - easily integrated into my site, integrates domain registration services, does everything except dishes :)
     
  7. darren.nolan

    darren.nolan Well-Known Member

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    What? You got ripped off! Mine does the dishes.

    cPanel needs to release an update that includes "the kitchen sink", so we can in all political correctness say that cPanel "has everything".
     
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