Good news for current and future clients of Josh Wieder Technical Consulting: customers can now retain a variety of unique services related to popular hosting billing platforms Ubersmith & WHMCS, many of which are not available anywhere else.
The services we are now able to offer include:
- Automated per-minute DID usage billing integration for Vitelity VOIP resellers for both Ubersmith & WHMCS.
- Credit card number and profile migration services to and from WHMCS. We are capable of decrypting CC data stored in WHMCS for you and facilitating migration to a token-based payment verification system (such as Authorize.Net CIM) that can improve your compliance with PCI standards.
- PayPal subscription migration services to, from and between WHMCS & Ubersmith.
- Authorize.Net CIM profile migration services.
- Custom development of Authorize.Net & PayPal gateways for WHMCS for extending a variety of functions, for example:
- Provide support in WHMCS for multiple Authorize.Net and/or PayPal accounts
- FULL support for Instant Payment Notifications
- Automatic generation of support tickets, email notifications and/or SMS gateway
notifications on payment gateway errors
- Integration of WHMCS or Ubersmith shopping carts with existing client web properties. We can match the "look & feel" of your existing website with an up-to-date shopping cart without breaking regular update functionality that will keep your cart & payment software secure.
- Individualized solutions to meet your project requirements.
Contact Josh Wieder Technical Consulting today to discuss how we can make your billing & hosting automation software more secure, effective and profitable.
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