Webhost Billing Systems

Discussion in 'Operating a Hosting Business' started by throttle, Oct 27, 2018.

  1. throttle

    throttle New Member

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    Oct 25, 2018
    What is everyones preferred billing software?
    Just looking to start a thread and chatter.
     
  2. serverhosh-anirban

    serverhosh-anirban New Member

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    Oct 29, 2018
    WHMCS is the most Effective and most used one. Then Blesta is cheaper and Simple. Best is HostBill App.
     
  3. throttle

    throttle New Member

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    Oct 25, 2018
    We started using Blesta. I once used to create accounts manually after payment, but this is much easier.
     
  4. serverhosh-anirban

    serverhosh-anirban New Member

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    Oct 29, 2018
    You can setup a Registration Page on Blesta for the Clients.
     
  5. throttle

    throttle New Member

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    Oct 25, 2018
    Yes. I love Blesta.
    I did look at whmcs and hostbill.
     
  6. UK1Host

    UK1Host New Member

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    Nov 24, 2018
    WHMCS has always been our prefered web hosting CMS.
     
  7. fleio

    fleio New Member

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    Nov 10, 2018
    Hi, guys,

    Take a look at the billing system we're building: https://fleio.com

    We've started as billing system and control panel specifically designed for OpenStack:
    a complete panel similar to Linode's or DigitalOncean's panel.

    And now we're adding features of a general web hosting billing system.
    We already have: cPanel shared web hosting module, domain name registration,
    ticketing system etc.

    Any feedback is highly appreciated.



    PS: I've checked the rules and didn't see something against self-promo. Hope it's ok.
     
  8. manoaratefy

    manoaratefy New Member

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    Jan 12, 2017
    Hello! I think that EVERYONES preferred billing software is WHMCS.

    I already tried Blesta and WHMCS and I would prefer WHMCS mainly because everyone use it, so there is a strong community to help me when needed. Also, WHMCS has a lot of modules (both free and paid) and developing a module for it is very easy. I'm currently building my own billing software but at this time, it can't beat WHMCS.