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Billing/Ticket System??

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Opettaja, Dec 23, 2004.

  1. Opettaja

    Opettaja Registered

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    I am currently in the process of setting up my own little hosting company. I have the server, and all that fun stuff, but I cannot decide on a billing/ticket system, right now I am toying between ClientExec, ModernBill, and Lpanel. Mainly looking at ModernBill, but wanted to get some opinions from people who have used any of these, or even better, all of them. From what I saw on the "Live Demo"'s ClientExec seemed easy but not very feature rich. ModernBill seemed complicated with lots of features, with Lpanel landing somewhere in between. The main thing that I dont like about ClientExec is I could not find anything for domain registration (enom). I have been going back and forth from site to site for the last 5 hours so I though I would ask to see what comes recomended. Any input would be greatly appreciated.

    I am using Fedora Core 2 w/ cPanel. I plan to use Authorize.net and PayPal for payment. And for domain registration I plan on using enom.

    Thanks in advance,


    --Brady L.
     
  2. xwing777

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    I highly recommend http://www.dramsystem.com It has it and a lot more. Best thing it works as it should to out of the box.
     
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    I used ClientExec for a while, and it turned out to be pretty crappy and never updated. Things may have changed in the past few months though.

    -randyc
     
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    Modernbill is a very good alternative. and if you are going for free software; u can have phpcoin at phpcoin.com
     
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    modernbill is awful! definitely go in a different direction.
     
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    http://www.whmautopilot.com/ is a very good one IMHO. Try the free trial and if you still aren't sure, you can purchase the first month for $1 (IIRC).
     
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    i have been using modernbill for almost 3 years now and love it. I would highly recommend it
     
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    Another modernbill user here :)
    I find it is quite a good systm.
     
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    I use WHM Autopilot since the begining of my Hosting Company. Love it.
     
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    Nothing has changed much. :rolleyes:
    The only thing it had going for it - it was a freebie that came with a server deal. ;)
     
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    Typhon, thanks for the link.

    It appears to be free if you will take the ads. - this is the only version available and is still in early Alpha. You need to register to be able to download and test drive it.

    For the ads removed it will cost $49.95 one time payment - Not yet available

    An internal ad free license for VPS, resellers etc will set you back $49.95 per month - Not yet available

    Their forum might give some indicators as to its suitability.
    http://forum.accountlab.com/

    Given time it might be fine for a production hosting service as it does show promise.
     
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