As the 2021 year is ending it’s a perfect time to summarize HostBill activities throughout the year. It’s been another year of constant growth, development and improvements! Take a look at what we accomplished!Continue Reading
HostBill is an extremely feature rich and well-developed all-in-one platform for automation, billing, client management and support. However we do understand that even though HostBill is the perfect solution for many online businesses, making a switch from other similar system that you are currently using and migrating all the data might seem overwhelming and a bit of a hassle. We’ve been on the market for over 10 years now and since day one we’ve been asked numerous questions regarding migration to HostBill from competitive billing/automation systems. Over the years we’ve performed dozens migrations and as a result we’ve worked out set of best practices for migration to HostBill, so you can rest assured your data will be safe.Continue Reading
The new year is just around the corner and it is time to sum up what has happened in 2019! For HostBill, as usual, 2019 was another year of growth, product development and driving innovative changes. But it was also a special year for us – in 2019 we celebrated 10 years in business!Continue Reading
Invoicing requirements and common billing practices are different in Europe and USA or other countries. HostBill invoicing system offers a range of sophisticated options that will help you to comply with all requirements and automated tax calculations to help you run your billing operations with ease.
We’re happy to introduce new HostBill integration: Rackspace Email and Exchange.
SSL becomes the necessity
SSL certificate protects website from many threats: data breaches, phishing scams and other. Both website owners and visitors are becoming more aware about secure environment of the websites, especially those that ask for personal information, such as e-commerce sites. Non-https sites are treated with caution also by search engines. As of this year Google marks all the websites without the SSL certificate as ‘not secure’. Not having SSL certificate will result in website visitors being warned in the URL bar about the security issues. And no website owner wants that – and that’s why the demand for SSL certificates becomes higher. Continue Reading