UK-based WHMCS, provider of billing and support automation software to the web hosting industry, has signed a partnership with development firm ModulesGarden. The partnership enables WHMCS to provide its clients with easier and more direct access to custom development services for the WHMCS web hosting automation platform.
ModulesGarden has already been working closely with WHMCS for nearly three years now, developing commercially available modules as well as providing custom development services. During that time they’ve created everything from custom reports to full scale modules and add-ons, allowing many companies to take advantage of the vast WHMCS eco-system.
“Many clients come to us looking to get custom modules or add-ons created to tailor WHMCS to their specific needs,” said Matt Pugh, CEO of WHMCS Limited. “But we have to focus on core product development and projects that benefit our wider community at large. However, we still wanted to be able to provide our clients with a channel through which these needs could be met. And I believe in partnering with ModulesGarden, we’ve done just that.”
“One of the more exciting aspects of this relationship is being able to work more closely with WHMCS,” said Konrad Keck, CEO of ModulesGarden. “WHMCS has always been very open to providing new hook points and other functionality we needed, and now that will only get better as we’re able to work more closely together than ever and maintain an open dialogue throughout our projects.”
WHMCS will be exhibiting at WHD.global 2014 in Germany next month, and ModulesGarden will also be attending and spending time at the WHMCS booth. For more information on custom module development services, please visit: http://www.whmcs.com/partners/custom-development-modules/.
ModulesGarden is a company headquartered in Poland specializing in creating add-ons and extensions for the web hosting industry. Focused primarily on WHMCS, the company also offers commercial modules and custom development services for well-known applications including WordPress, cPanel and Magento.