Can anyone recommend good billing software

Best billing system

  • WHMCS

    Votes: 14 77.8%
  • WHM AutoPilot

    Votes: 1 5.6%
  • Modernbill/pleskbilling

    Votes: 1 5.6%
  • other

    Votes: 2 11.1%

  • Total voters
    18

Robert_

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Apr 26, 2002
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I still have license for modern bill, haven't been using it though. And with all the negative comments I have been looking at whmcs and whmautopilot. So if you could recommend one that would help me decide what to get/setup.
 

icecube01

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Oct 19, 2008
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here is one that i use

I use AWBS for billing. Your servers integrate in the programe and your fully able to offer webhosting they have many addons and integrations pricing per lease by month is around $17 or you can purchase the script.....

I highly do recomend this script and its fully writen in PHP that does require zend to install

http://awbs.com
 

markb14391

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Jun 9, 2008
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I can't say that I've ever heard a good thing about ModernBill, and I've heard lots of bad. I've evaluated AWBS and WHMCS, and in general I find WHMCS much more intuitive and easier to set up. WHMCS integrates into your website, whereas AWBS basically gives you a website and then you have to edit it and wrap your content around the pre-configured AWBS site. That integration seemed much more difficult than integrating WHMCS, but that might be my own personal preference.

There is a known issue in AWBS with the PayPal API...make sure in your PayPal setup (on PayPal, not in WHMCS) that you leave your PayPal IPN URL blank. Check the forums for details. Aside from that issue (which can totally be avoided), I like everything in WHMCS...a LOT.

One hint: Both AWBS and WHMCS offer eNom reseller accounts, but the ones from AWBS have better pricing...about 50 cents cheaper for domains, and several dollars cheaper for SSLs.
 

Robert_

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Apr 26, 2002
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Thanks for the replys. WHMCS looks to be the more popular option and I think I will be using them. AWBS looked pretty good but there forum was virtually empty.