Sounds good, thanks for the reply!
Blesta Lifetime also offers indeed lifetime updates. Will you consider something like this as well?
We always care about your opinions and desires.
I presented this issue to the management and received a positive response.
Lifetime license owners will never pay for upgrades.
Any tl;dr for those of us with short attention spans?
They lived happily ever after?
I’d like to see this thread continue in a more positive way. The airing of grievances are over, there is plenty of that going on elsewhere. The thing that isn’t beating a dead horse is the continued development of a new competitor to WHMCS, and that is a topic I’d rather us not run away.
Your confidence is so strong within your product that i’m not sure if it is stupidity or you have some good plan to steal WHMCS clients to your own platform that has zero chance of failing.
I don’t understand what you mean. We have no intention of stealing anyone’s client. We’re not forcing anyone to buy a product. We don’t have a connection with WHMCS. We have no business with the WHMCS software. We have no rhetoric against WHMCS customers.
I don’t understand why you think that.
It is not foolish for producers to trust their products and to stand strong behind them. This should not disturb you.
When i said stealing i said you wanted to own the market. The market is currently owned by WHMCS, so you will somehow let’s say steal WHMCS actual clients if you wish to succeed even a little bit within your business category.
When i said stupidy, i meant you talk like there’s absolutely zero chance of your brand/product or whatsoever to fail and not achieve your desired goals.
I understand what you mean.
From time to time, you have noticed that we say WISECP is superior to Whmcs and Blesta. But no one knows that yet. Most people are approaching with prejudice, because they don’t even want to think about comparing a new system with a system they’re accustomed to (WHMCS). However, in a period of 2 + years, we have made a very effective project with an experienced team in the sector. We just want them to try and see it.
We’re going to do everything we can to make people understand and know that.
In an automation and billing system, everything should not consist of API integrations or many add-ons. Of course there will be important API integrations and required modules, but most importantly, user experience, functionality and ease of use. This is our first priority in both the Admin panel and the customer panel. For example, when a customer invoice occurs, the user must be able to easily pay with a click. No need to spend time signing in. You can even send the invoice link to a friend and pay. So the invoice page is sent with a token number and is easily paid. That’s one of WISECP’s little features. Please, look http://prntscr.com/mc0pgn
One of the most difficult issues that people who do Hosting works is to define and follow the domain name extensions and prices. WISECP does it all by himself. It automatically imports the extension and costs through its linked API, adds a profit rate on it, and continuously keeps track of cost changes. Please, look http://prntscr.com/mc0jn0
Please imagine what level of precision and intelligent workmanship we’ve provided.
If I’ve deleted your post in this thread, it’s because I thought it added nothing of value and created a hostile environment that doesn’t reflect what I’m trying to do here. I’ll thank you for not continuing it.
" One of the most difficult issues that people who do Hosting works is to define and follow the domain name extensions and prices. WISECP does it all by himself. It automatically imports the extension and costs through its linked API, adds a profit rate on it, and continuously keeps track of cost changes. Please, look http://prntscr.com/mc0jn0 "
Absolutely love it, i was going to hire someone to implement such a thing to my WHMCS a back ago.
And i have no doubts you have worked hard for such a product/platform. I can’t compare your product and WHMCS as i haven’t used yours yet, though so far i can’t say a thing that will make it look bad.
My only suggestion would be, stay a little bit more modest, even if your product fucking rocks and no one can beat it. With professional and calm responses get agains people’s opinion and explain why this is better and what little extra’s you got within your system.
I do have on question though, if a lifetime license is bought, how much are the updates after the first year? FIxed price or whatever price you guys come up with?
I wish you goodluck, and i’ll keep and eye to your system.
Thank you for your interest.
You can be assured that we will consider your suggestion.
We will continuously share information about product features in the following process.
There is no longer an update time and fee for a lifetime license. As long as the new update is released, it will continue to upgrade like everyone else.
Our goal is not to provide earnings through updates. We didn’t have a definite idea about this. It was decided not to charge and to be treated like periodic licenses. We plan to finance this situation with periodic licenses in the process of advancing.
We aim to provide an advanced, unique and inexpensive service to everyone as much as possible.
We thank everyone who is interested and supporting this issue. Especially Hostballs admins and their users.
Your security is total garbage. Your own websites stores PLAINTEXT PASSWORDS!
And not just stores them (as if that wouldn’t have been enough), it also SENDS them over email.
Damn! There is no excuse for that. If a password is being properly stored, you shouldn’t be able to reverse it.
What’s the excuse, @sitemio?
As we have made a number of different arrangements on our website, we could not apply security updates to our own website.
There is no such situation since version 1.6.2. There’s even more security measures than this.
WISECP users are fully protected.
Soon we’ll update the version of WISECP used on our site.
Hm, this does seem a bit…off. v1.6.2 is the latest release, and you might’ve just released it after this issue was pointed out. You should update your own website as a priority, this isn’t a minor issue.