Clientexec is a leader in providing hosting companies with a mature platform to run their entire operation. The allure of Clientexec is both their stability, having been around since 2002, and their bundled features of billing, support and ordering system. With many integration plugins to choose from there is almost no reason not to choose Clientexec to automate your hosting company.



ClientExec frees you to grow your business by providing an easy way to setup your offerings and automate the daily tasks associated with administering your company. ClientExec was cleverly organized to avoid bloat.

Billing Module

Whether you’re invoicing for your work, or creating a recurring fee, ClientExec tracks all the related information. The invoice manager allows merging of billable items, accepts major credit cards, archives invoices, and even tracks credits.

Insightful Reports

Over 10 open sourced reports instantly give you a complete picture of your business. With just a few clicks of the mouse, everything is at your fingertips – revenue reports, support reviews, and more.

Intuitive Interface

ClientExec provides a separate interface for both your customers and staff members. The intuitive and user friendly client interface allows your customers to receive either support or quickly perform various billing and profile functions.


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System Requirements

  • PHP – 5.6.0 or higher
  • PHP Memory Limit – 128M
  • PHP Extensions:
    – GD
    – mcrypt
    – cURL with SSL
    – Multibyte String
    – PDO
    – SOAP
    – MySQLi
    – imap
    – iconv
  • MySQL Strict Mode – Disabled
  • ionCube Loader – 10.2 or higher

Installation Instructions

Installing ClientExec

Step 1: Download the latest release of ClientExec HERE
• Do not extract your .zip file

Step 2: Login to your cPanel account or server control panel
• Navigate to your file manager and go into it

Step 3: Choose your directory. Note: Unless your configuration is different, you should always go into the public_html (Web Root) directory

Step 3: Click your Upload button
• Attach the file to the uploader, and do not change the default permissions. In cPanel, you will see a progress bar at the bottom right.

Step 4: Once the upload is finished, look to the bottom right [in cPanel] and click the bar when it shows complete.
• This should now take you back in your file manager to see your .zip file

Step 5:
• Now, click the file name once to highlighted it in blue.
• Click Extract.

Step 6:
Rename your directory if you would like by clicking on the newly created clientexec folder and clicking Rename. If you do not see it, please refresh your file manager.

Step 7:
Now, your upload is complete.
Navigate to http://yourdomain.com/yourCEdirectory. It will automatically lead you to the installer.

You can view a walkthrough of the installer HERE