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Multi-company support

Eric Caldwell shared this idea 6 years ago
Under Consideration

WHMCS needs to have a way to support a multi-tennant or multi-company setup. This would allow companies like mine, which have multiple identities to keep branding in tact while at the same time, consolidating all quoting, support, billing, etc. from a single system.

Having to manage 2 installations is a PITA because you then have to have a separate hosting account, SSL, etc. You can already brand the frontend using the template= syntax in the URL.

Thoughts?

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WHMCS... I went through the entire comments section and not one response in years. I am sure that most of us, especially the ones that have been with you since WHMCS's inception would love to hear your feedback on this.

Please at least respond with suggestions, ideas, plans, timeline, or even a "yes it is in the works or no, this is off the table"

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Agreed! Both our brands are growing and we are at the point where we need to find another solution if WHMCS doesn't step up here.

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Agreed!

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I am very happy without this functionality. Please focus on more important things!

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This is very important for those of us who need it!

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Mark, you are happy because you do not have several companies/domains running hosting business the ones who do (me for example) have very painful process of administration now.

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We are all happy without ANY functionality that Mark want, so please focus on this instead.

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So Mark, thanks for your "I'm alright Jack" attitude. Your comment is both pointless and utterly selfish.

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It's not like WHMCS will listen to these requests anyway ;)

In reality I believe that there are far more important things to work on and this request seems to be to large to implement.

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Any update to this? In desperate need of multi-brand support. Anyone know of any alternative platform solutions? It's been years now so there's possibly something else fit for purpose on the market by now.