Hivelocity, international provider of edge computing, private cloud, and bare metal dedicated server solutions, is pleased to announce today the release of its new WHMCS reseller module. With the new Hivelocity reseller module and public RESTful API, partners can now sell Hivelocity’s dedicated server hosting to their own customers, all from within the WHMCS platform.

“Hivelocity has always taken a ‘customers first’ stance,” says Kevin Boyle, Manager of Sales & Marketing. “For years our resellers have been asking for a WHMCS module to enable them to not only resell our servers easier and faster, but to do so white-labelled as well. Thanks to the Hivelocity WHMCS module, that’s now possible.”

Short for Web Host Manager Complete Solution, WHMCS is an all-in-one solution designed for professional reselling. With essential features such as automatic invoicing, domain registration, built-in support ticketing, and more, WHMCS keeps hosting simple. By automating and accessing these tools through a single, customizable interface, WHMCS offers a unified solution for all your business’s needs.

Beyond its many included features, WHMCS adds further functionality in the form of hundreds of third-party plugins. Available through the WHMCS Marketplace, these plugins offer users direct integration with popular external tools and software. This litany of add-ons means WHMCS can be modified easily to better suit your clients’ needs.

With full API integration, users can now deploy Hivelocity’s Instant Dedicated Servers through WHMCS in the same time it takes to provision new virtual instances through any major cloud provider. Hivelocity combines the ease and convenience of the cloud with the superior performance and efficiency of a bare metal solution.

Interested in finding out more about WHMCS? Check out this article available on the Hivelocity Blog WHMCS & Hivelocity: Your Reseller Dream Team — covering WHMCS, its available features, and everything you need to know to start reselling Hivelocity’s bare metal servers today.

As a premium hosting provider for customers in over 130 countries, Hivelocity has been providing custom and instant dedicated server solutions for nearly 20 years. With 31 data centers strategically positioned across 26 global markets, Hivelocity let’s you deploy your servers where your customers are. With WHMCS functionality and Hivelocity’s world-class network, you can now give your customers access to the best servers and support in the industry.

So if you’re ready to start reselling Hivelocity bare metal dedicated servers, download the new Hivelocity reseller module through the WHMCS Marketplace today.

Curious to learn more about Hivelocity? Visit https://www.hivelocity.net/ for more information on Hivelocity and all its available products and services.

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