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HostBill Introduces GlobeSSL Module and Other Features

  • HostBill introduces a new SSL module, a new account expiration view, and a new service cancellation setting to simplify various processes.
  • HostBill’s new GlobeSSL module allows users to sell certificates separately or bundled with other products.
  • The company improved the account view and added the account expiration date, which indicates when a service was paid for.

HostBill’s first September update includes a new SSL module, new account expiration view, new service cancellation setting and update. With the GlobeSSL module, HostBill officially introduces a new SSL integration, GlobeSSL. It offers various SSL certificates for online businesses and e-commerce solutions. Through the integration, users will be able to automate the sale, provisioning and management of GlobeSSL.

GlobeSSL and account expiration

With HostBill’s new SSL module, GlobeSSL certificates can be issued, synchronized and renewed automatically. It allows users to manage certificates from the client panel, easily renew them, get their status, select and resend approval emails. Administrators can also download certificates from GlobeSSL, control account lifecycle and manage billing details.

HostBill allows users to sell certificates separately or bundled with other solutions. Users can also benefit from shopping cart suggestions to up-sell and cross-sell and showcase products that might be of interest to the customer.

HostBill has also improved the account view and added the account expiration date, which indicates when a service has been paid for. In addition to the account expiration date, which is now more visible in the customer panel, HostBill has also added links to account renewal checks and information about unpaid invoices.

The GDPR/Data Retention section allows users to configure the data retention policy and decide how to record and store customer data. It allows users to configure the cancellation handling policy. When the user accepts a cancellation, HostBill terminates the service by default. A new option allows to suspend the service instead and end it with a delay.

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