by Dan on February 7th, 2011

I have been talking for quite a while about our upcoming product launch. I am proud of what we are doing and think it is time to show you a little of what we have achieved visually. I’ll let the images speak for themselves… mostly;-) We are really excited by the progress we have made and are encouraged by the potential remaining.

Above you see the desktop without any modules running. Simplistic, un-cluttered.

Here we demonstrate the Users and User Roles option. Yes that is right, one reseller account can have unlimited separate users and each user can have specific permissions and roles. No longer do you need to expose all of your control panel and account to your entire staff. This is still a module that we are working on and likely won’t be complete at the time of launch but it does demonstrate our commitment to improved security and forward thinking.

Here is the branding demonstrated. You see we have applied several different colors, a different background texture and a logo. So what is to come with branding you might ask. We’re going to include a color chooser, custom background management, and task bar location selection just to name a few features.

Here you see our accounts management illustrated. This is where a lot of the work will be done. Accounts are created here, listed here, managed here and deleted here. Beyond simple management, resellers can get to their clients accounts in every way. Service packages can be created, assigned and changed all from this location.

Above all else, the reseller’s accounts module is the gateway to the sub account control panels. Yes, from this location a reseller can gain access to their client’s control panel (cPanel) without maintaining any other credentials.

We really have only scratched the surface, but I have been holding one feature as a little “trump card.” Our new toy has been developed in such a way that it provides for unlimited levels of resellers. Thats right, our resellers can support resellers and their resellers can support resellers and still this is all accomplished from a single sign on.

We are quite proud of what has been accomplished. There is already a substantial list of additional features we will be adding shortly after launch. We are excited to get our resellers involved and can’t wait to launch!

10 Responses to “Control Panel Sneak Peek”

  1. Osc Says:
    7:38 am on February 16th, 2011

    Looks great!

  2. Dan Says:
    8:54 am on February 16th, 2011

    Hi Oscar! It’s really starting to shape up. We are working hard to have a product that is useful and different. We can’t wait to release it.

  3. Johnathan Says:
    11:50 pm on March 20th, 2011

    Will this be replacing logicboxes? if so i am very upset as this means i will have to transfer all my clients away :(

  4. Dan Says:
    3:30 pm on March 21st, 2011

    Hi Johnathan,
    no, we are not going to be replacing the Logic Boxes platform anytime soon. That is certainly not the goal ;-). We are working on launching a Reseller centric hosting product in the next couple of days/weeks and that is what I was referencing.

  5. Mohamed Anouar Says:
    8:07 am on April 25th, 2011

    Any iphone application for your control panel (domains + hostings)?

    and what about the windows hosting resellers ?

  6. Dan Says:
    11:24 am on April 25th, 2011

    Hi Mohamed,
    Yes we have discussed and will likely pursue a set of mobile apps for our platform once we have a chance to develop the product lines and features more completely. As for Windows hosting, that is a discussed possibility but if we do decide to provide a Windows solution, it would be towards the later part of the year.

    How many of you other readers are interested in reselling Windows hosting?

  7. Isaac Says:
    8:16 am on April 27th, 2011

    Hi,
    we sell domains on our own whmcs,we use resell.biz as on of Domain Registrars.
    Actually we don’t care how the Control Panel is,we just need a Registrar module which can fit to our whmcs as other Registrars.
    we have to use stargate module to manage domains on whmcs,but it was broken days ago,if you can’t make your api compatible with whmcs,we may escape from you and transfer all the domains to the others.

  8. Dan Says:
    11:07 am on April 28th, 2011

    Hello Isaac,
    I understand your point, Resellers need their systems to continue to function properly. This issue is actually one with your installation of WHMCS I believe. Following the thread in the WHMCS forums, it would seem you only need to upgrade to version 4.4 or greater. http://forum.whmcs.com/showthread.php?t=36498

  9. Tim Says:
    12:40 am on June 1st, 2011

    Hey Dan! I’m here now just to say hello and i can’t wait for those apps for iPhone , we haven’t speak before but from now on we will, cause i’ll be here daily to see when the apps will be available. I’m kind of a maniac about everything that has something on iphone and stuff. Thanks!

  10. Dan Says:
    8:53 pm on June 15th, 2011

    Hey Tim,
    Mobile compatibility has already been a topic of discussion, though for the time being the focus will be mobile browsers. We have discussed the need for real app integration and I do see it on the horizon.