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TOPIC: Whmcs vs Host Bill vs Uber Smith vs CloudPortal Bu

Whmcs vs Host Bill vs Uber Smith vs CloudPortal Bu 2 months 2 weeks ago #14682

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I am relatively new here so pardon my English and question if its sound silly but I really wanted to know Which billing solution to go for as a start-up business

So This is what I have searched till now

Whmcs : Whmcs is cheap and great for the start-up businesses but the interface isn't great as it contains lots of tabs which sometime means nothing and Whmcs have a separate module for cloud stack developed by Get Cloud Services ( Get Cloud Services doesn't provide any forums or knowledge base to start up)
Amysta : Amysta's best feature is that it can integrate to cloud stack but they don't allow custom development (i.e you can't extend the functionality of Amysta) and it also has no tickeing system

UberSmith : UberSmith is best of the lot but with great features (that we need) comes great price and we are just start-up company

Hostbill : Hostbill I heard has beautiful interface very user friendly but functionalities are very less

CloudPortal Business Manager : Don't know much about this one

So my Question is

1. What is the best solution out in the market that easily adaptable ?
2. Easily configurable exclusively to Cloud stack
3. Come with the basic features like ticketing reporting monitoring billing
4. Can ask my development team to extend its functionality?
5. obviously as a start-up business price is the key for us

which is the best solution among these? or is there any other you like to mention ?

Any help in this regard Will be great
Thank You
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