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cPanel Overview

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Website www.cpanel.com
Headquarters Houston, TX
Size 201 to 500 Employees
Founded 1997
Type Company - Private
Industry Information Technology
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable
Competitors Unknown

Companies that provide web hosting (called "hosting providers" or "web hosts") may maintain one or many servers.

Years ago, a hosting provider could spend hours configuring, securing, and installing hundreds of pieces of software in order to set up a website.

Then in 1997, cPanel came along.

That's because cPanel simplifies tedious, time-consuming tasks for hosting providers and website owners. All kinds of actions, from tweaking security measures to setting up email accounts or giving a user FTP access, now take just a few seconds.

We also make it easier for web hosts to install popular software packages like blogs, shopping carts, databases, and more. That's why top web hosting companies worldwide use our software." class='tightBot cf floatLt margTop empDescription'> cPanel makes software for the web hosting industry.

Every website on the Internet must be "hosted." That means that the site, which is really just a group of files, lives on a web server, or fancy ... More

cPanel Reviews

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Nick Koston
13 Ratings
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    Best company I've worked for

    • Work/Life Balance
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    • Senior Management
    Current Employee - Technical Analyst I in Houston, TX
    Current Employee - Technical Analyst I in Houston, TX
    Positive Outlook
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    I have been working at cPanel full-time (Less than a year)


    Paid lunches a lot of PTO paid relocation awesome benefits love the company


    None that I can think of at all company is great

    Advice to Management

    Keep up the awesome work

cPanel Interviews

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    Customer Service Analyst Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Average Interview


    I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at cPanel in July 2015.


    Filled out an application, two weeks later got an email they wanted to set up a phone interview from the executive assistant. I was very excited, and amped for this phone screening. They rescheduled on me two times before they finally called (once the manager was sick, another, they just rescheduled ten minutes prior to the scheduled time). The time they finally set up to call me, I was all set up, and I didn't receive a phone call until 40 minutes after the scheduled time. I was unable to answer because they were late and my time is valuable. At this point I was already not taking them seriously. I did not reach out to them anymore, and they had the executive assistant email me and ask me to accept another phone call. I accepted, and they called me 10 minutes late. I answered, and it lasted about 20 minutes. They failed to inform applicants that this position would be required to work weekends. The phone interview was obvious that I was on speaker phone (with two managers), in which I do not like because it sounds funny. I could sometimes not hear them due to the quality of sound. The questions were very broad and open ended. They did not have a lot of feedback when I would answer, literally would say "okay, great" after each answer. When they asked if I would be okay working weekends, I let them know I would love to meet them in person to discuss the position further (AKA: I'd like to meet everyone before 100% committing to weekends because I AM a reliable person and don't just commit and quit a week later), and all they did was reread the job description to me (in which, I had basically memorized over the past week of reschedules, and that I had printed out in front of me), and let me know I could ask anything I wanted over the phone (AKA: they don't care to meet me). I was somewhat disappointed with the process as I have old colleagues and friends that work for this company. I was truly looking forward to hopefully start my career there. I understand not being like corporate businesses, but there seemed to be a lack of structure as far as the interview process goes, which speaks volumes. Coming from someone who has HR, Customer Service, and Coordinating experience, I was not impressed. Hoping the other departments of this company have a better process, otherwise, they're going to have a hard time keeping good employees.

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  • Top Workplaces, Houston Chronicle, 2014

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