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Discussion in 'cPanel Developers' started by j0hnb, Nov 26, 2007.

  1. j0hnb

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    I found this list of WHM applications. Does anyone use these or have any suggestions on which one to use? I'm trying to automate the process a little more and would like an to use an app to handle the domains and the payment. Thanks.

    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
    * ModernBill - ModernBill.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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    whm ap - I recommend that one ..
     
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    Really useful list, thanks :)
     
  4. j0hnb

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    Ipanel looked good to me.

    iPanel - iHostDev.com/ipanel.html

    Has anyone had any experience with it?
     
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    I am currently using WHM Complete Solutions but I am thinking of getting modernbill or clientexec. I have heard good thins about both of those, but from what I have messed with in Modernbill, it takes a bit more effort to setup, but I hear its better if you plan on getting big.
     
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    http://www.awbs.com/ beats them both
     
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    WHMCS has AWBS support beat hands down. In my year+ with WHMCS, I've never had an unintelligent response, OR a response that was just off the wall. NOR have I seen WHMCS do something as ridiculous as corrupt a database.

    True story (and why I am VERY picky with whom I give access to, especially developers):
    Just over a year ago, I had an issue with AWBS where things just weren't coming out right. For some reason, orders were showing up as 1969, clients were getting pissed, and rightfully so, because the system was re-billing them over and over again.

    I opened up a ticket with the team, they asked for login credentials, and logged in to the server. I kid you not, when they said "it's fixed", they had the system "fixed" allright. They fixed it so well that NOBODY could login to things. They had corrupted the database!! Nobody could login, order anything, do anything, even see the website! Something was just horked completely in the db!

    Thankfully, I had a backup made just before this (because I suspected they'd pull something stupid, due to earlier ignorant responses), and restored from that. As soon as I did, everything was normal again. Imagine that. Of course, they tried passing this crap off as "you did this, it was already corrupted", but that didn't wash at all.

    #2:
    I was with AWBS for a year or better. Constantly, they had one very major flaw show up. Clients that were billed on X day were billed EARLIER, if that date was < the 5th of the month.. This was an ongoing issue, and when I left (after just over a year with them), still wasn't acknowledged, OR resolved by AWBS. I really don't call THAT support at all.


    AWBS and templates? Good god, don't EVEN get me started there. With WHMCS, typically, all you need to do is change a footer, a header, and be done. With AWBS, EVERYTHING has to be rewritten. It's a major overhaul, and a MAJOR pain in the ass.

    I've seen worse screwups in the billing client industry (IE: Ubersmith saying "we won't update to php5 ever, or MB5), but AWBS is just one major screwup, nothing more.

    If you're after support, go with WHMCS. The code sucks (trust me, I've had to deal with that more than once), but the support is great, and Matt will try to help out as much as he can.
     
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    IPanel

    Really good, no problems to complain.
     
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    I also use www.awbs.com and think it's pretty good. I've used it for over a 2 years now on two different sites, with no problems.

    I've always found their support to be good, too. :)
     
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    I prefer WHMCS over ClientExec.

    And until I want the ability to make a promotion on my servers that give a percentage off each month based on the position of the moon and my 4 favourite's stars - I shalln't be going back to Modern Bill. Modern bill is good, it just has too many things to setup and seemed chunkier for my simple requirements.
     
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    I have tested awbs, modernbill and whmcs and i am choosing whmcs.

    The other 2 are not bad, but i like more whmcs and is more easy to use for my needs.
     
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    Whmcs

    I am a happy user of WHMCS. Two thumbs up for WHMCS.
     
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    WHMCS is a life and time saver, with lots of enhancements on every update, support is fast and they do listen to customers requirements and request.

    I am very very happy with whmcs.

    see ya,
    mohit
     
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    I recommend clientexec, it has worked very well for me.
     
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    We've been using WHMCS to manage 15 servers for a while now, and it works really good. Plus the owner is very intelligent and fast to answre support.
     
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    I use clientexec and it works well for me.
     
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