Every IT company with no exceptions seeks to achieve the greatest revenue and popularity. Goal is usually well-known but not the way to its achievement. What is interesting, we are confident that we know what to do to enhance results of our companies. We often improve our current services or reduce the prices to adapt to the competition. But can not we do something more?
See what kind of approach to the situation has Mike Levine – Product Manager at OpenSRS.
In dynamically changing industry the improvement of existing services is very important. If you do not want to go out of circulation, you need to constantly adapt to rapidly changing customer needs and current trends. But with all this improvement you shouldn’t forget about offering something new, something amazing, something which your competition does not have.
Upgrading old and offering new – this is the way to success. One way to offer customers new services may be the creation of sophisticated and tailored to the specific needs of the client modules. Properly thought out and well made modules will increase your sales, popularity and broaden the range of services offered.
Mike Levine – Product Manager at OpenSRS knows it well. See how he described our cooperation in creating modules and its effects:
“One of our goals this year at OpenSRS was to do a better job at integrating our products with our resellers’ billing platforms. We worked with ModulesGarden to rewrite our WHMCS Domains module to provide a better experience for our resellers and their end users when registering and managing domains. In addition, we also worked with ModulesGarden to develop modules for our SSL, GoMobi, SiteLock, TrustE, and GeoTrust Anti-Malware products. We’ve seen significant interest from resellers who are excited to be able to sell multiple products from a single vendor and many of our resellers have already integrated these modules into their existing WHMCS system, providing them with additional revenue streams.”
Nothing more and nothing less. As you can see, it is worth to improve existing services and offer new ones.