Running your own web hosting service just got easier thanks to a massive update to our WHMCS MU Provisioning plugin.
We’ve added support for Pro Sites, which means you can now run your own profitable blog or site hosting network, like Edublogs.org or WordPress.com, and sell packages through your WHMCS account.
This feature has been a popular request from members using WHMCS and Pro Sites. Check out the WHMCS MU Provisioning project page and download the latest version of the plugin.
Now With Pro Sites Support
WHMCS MU Provisioning and Pro Sites can now work in tandem to power your Multisite network.
Using the plugins together, you can sell Pro Sites packages and automatically provision new sites and bill through your WHMCS account.
You can even offer more payment gateways to your customers, from more common solutions such as PayPal to others like Planet Authorize, BidPay, and Nochex.
And when your customers don’t pay their accounts, they also lose their Pro Sites status.
If you’re looking for a support desk solution for your network, WHMCS offers that too, which means it’s another feature you can use with Pro Sites or your Multisite network.
Harness the Power of WHMCS
WHMCS is a brilliant all-in-one client management, billing, and support tool for online business. It handles everything from signup to cancellation and allows you to sell things like cPanel and Plesk accounts, VPS, and domain names.
It’s not limited to just web hosting. It’s also a useful solution for any business with a need for online billing. It can be used as a standalone client area portal or integrated into your site. It provides a members area to allow clients to signup and manage their account and serves with you, make payments, and request support.
WHMCS also integrates with many payment gateways, server provisioning APIs, domain registrars, and fraud protection services.
Download the latest version of WHMCS MU Provisioning and pair it with Pro Sites to supercharge your Multisite network.
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