8 Open Source/Commercial Billing Platforms for Hosting Providers

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Nikita Nesmiyanov

I'm a technical evangelist at hosting software developing company from Siberia, Russia. I'm curious and like to expand my knowledge whether from new Linux software tools or to Hosting Industry trends, possibilities, journey and opportunities.

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6 Responses

  1. Steve 123host says:

    WHMCS is NOT open source. All their code is compiled.

  2. Joël says:

    You have missed an important one: powerpanel.io. You have to take a look. It’s free for the first 30 day’s

  3. Shivani says:

    Hey nice list! It’s good how you explained both open source and commercial closed billing platforms. I am looking for a good billing platform, not sure whether would like go with open sources or commercial software.

    I just want a platform that will really take away the complexities of manual billing. I read about simple invoices being a good PHP based billing software.

    However, I read in an article about a nice recurring billing management software called RackNap which can give billing solution to all type of industries like telcos, hosting providers and cloud providers. It provides end-to-end automation which can be helpful for getting rid of billing complexities.

  4. Mike says:

    I think you need to read more about “Open-source” because most of them are encoded. Blesta is 99.7% open code which is the closest to open-source you can get without being open-sourced. So for a blog with fake followers you really don’t understand what you represent do you?

    • Julien Ovideau says:

      The title of the post is “8 Open Source/COMMERCIAL Billing Platforms for Hosting Providers”, so both open source AND commercial closed source solutions are being reviewed. Seems to me that the post is exactly about what it says it is about.

    • Harsh Kumar says:

      HopeBilling is 99.9% open sourced.

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