(The Hosting News) – Representatives with BuycPanel announced the introduction of its license provisioning module for WHMCS.
“Customers have been asking for it, and now we’re giving it to them,” said Jamison Oconnell, customer service supervisor and spokesperson for BuycPanel. “This provisioning module for WHMCS integrates your cPanel licenses and addons into WHMCS, so you can offer licenses directly through your billing system order page to your clients.”
BuycPanel traditionally has been able to offers its customers a variety of services and benefits, such as the fact that all of its cPanel licenses come with a WHM (Web Host Manager) on the base IP and client cPanel interfaces on all accounts setup on that server.
Oconnell explained that with its license provisioning module for WHMCS customers can also synchronize their WHMCS products with their BuycPanel license products, giving their clients a wide variety of options without ever leaving their WHMCS instance.
The admin area features include options where BuycPanel license products directly through WHMCS, users can use the company’s synchronization tool to associate existing products with BuycPanel licenses, and also be able to activate, terminate, and modify their BuycPanel licenses through WHMCS. In addition, users can take advantage of an optional add-on module, which allows users to pay invoices using credit or their credit card on-file in their BuycPanel account.
The client area features include options to order new licenses, which are instantly activated via their BuycPanel billing account, view license key information through your WHMCS client area, and change their license IP address.
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