Using SiteBuilder is child’s play for everyone, including Cedric from SpringStof vzw

If learning about the features of our SiteBuilder is not enough to convince you, you can always check what our satisfied customers have to say!


Name: Cedric from VZW SpringStof
Uses: The Combell SiteBuilder for
Is satisfied because: SiteBuilder easily converts the enthusiasm of VZW SpringStof into an attractive website

Cedric and his colleague Philippe both teach in primary school. At some point, however, they started to feel the urge to collaborate on a side project. And when you feel so excited, you need to unwind and play some sports, which is exactly why Cedric and Philippe started SpringStof vzw, a non-profit organisation that organises sports camps.

Do you need an affordable website?

You can build it yourself very easily!

Today, entrepreneurs and companies can hardly do without their own website. But having a website built for your business (or hobby) might scare you... Does it not take a lot of work and/or money? That may have been the case in the past, but now you do not even have to outsource this task, as building a cheap website is now easier than ever. Moreover, we are here to help!

In this article, you will find a clear answer to all these questions leading to an affordable website:

→ How can you save money on your hosting package?

Valcredo gets more out of Microsoft Dynamics thanks to tailored solutions

Valcredo helps SMEs to digitize successfully. To bring together information from different business units, the company provides 'Enterprise Resource Planning' (ERP), based on Microsoft Dynamics Business Central software. These ERP solutions are increasingly being hosted in the cloud - and that's where Combell appears in the story!

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Microsoft Dynamics: ERP software for automating business processes

In order to stay ahead of the competition and to work more efficiently, more and more companies decide to embrace digital transformation. Automating as many business processes as possible not only helps save time and manpower, but it also gives the company more insight into its operations.

Building a WordPress website, where do you begin?

Almost 40% of all websites worldwide are WordPress websites. And rightly so! This simple and intuitive CMS (Content Management System) turns everyone into webmasters. Whether you have many years of experience in web design, or are just getting started with your first website, anyone can build a WordPress website. Do you want to use WordPress yourself? Find out below how to get started and what you need to consider.

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The basics of a WordPress website

Every website consists of a number of basic building blocks that you can develop further whenever you want.

Handy booking widgets for online appointments in SiteBuilder

Managing bookings and appointments takes up far too much of your time, and if you make the slightest mistake, you will get all worked up too. Luckily, there are handy online appointment scheduling tools that you can connect to your website with SiteBuilder, in order to make your life (and that of your customers) easier.

We are now going to discuss two paid widgets (and one outsider, at the end!) that you can easily integrate into your website with SiteBuilder, and with which we think you can manage your appointments in the most effective way. 

How can customers make an appointment online using Microsoft Bookings?

Allowing your customers to make appointments can lead to a huge logistical headache: how can a customer easily make an appointment, and how on earth can you manage all those appointments? Fortunately, there is Microsoft 365 Bookings, which is a very handy tool that will save you a lot of time.

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Easy to use

The Bookings tool that is part of Microsoft 365 is very easy to use, both for your customers and for you as an administrator. 

Bookings consists of three primary components:

  • The Booking page: the page your customers see on your website or Facebook page.

Karlien built her web store using ShopBuilder: “So easy!”

If, after reading about the features of our ShopBuilder, you still have some doubts, our satisfied customers may be able to convince you!


Name: Karlien from INSIDR
Uses: Combell's ShopBuilder
Is a satisfied customer because: ShopBuilder does not require any technical knowledge and is user-friendly.

Karlien is the owner of INSIDR, a company that provides administrative support to the self-employed and SMEs.
Karlien's experience taught her that her customers also often need products that create order out of chaos. That is why she started her INSIDR web store. There, you will find all sorts of products to organise your workplace, from notebooks to drawer units.

Save money and time by working in the cloud

Working in the cloud... What exactly does that mean?

The cloud is basically a network of servers. So, when you work in the cloud, you do not work using your own hardware (your computer or your company's infrastructure) on which your own software is installed. Instead, you work via the Internet or another network using servers that are located elsewhere.

As a company, you can have your own cloud for your website, for example, or for outsourcing your IT infrastructure. For this underlying infrastructure of 'the cloud', you can choose from various models: public, private or hybrid cloud.

RMDY provides digital grow & glow thanks to Kubernetes

RMDY helps its customers excel in the digital arena. Managed Kubernetes hosting allows them to pursue a technology-agnostic approach and to develop innovative solutions much faster for their diverse customer base.

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RMDY: helping customers convey their message

Technology company RMDY's tagline is "We make our customers grow and glow by delivering new digital experiences". Companies that want to bring a product or service to market through digital channels, but do not know how to go about it themselves, can turn to RMDY. It is no coincidence that the name of the company is pronounced 'Remedy', as the company wants to provide solutions that will help customers grow and glow.

Sustainable entrepreneurship: Combell’s social commitment

Sustainable entrepreneurship does not only mean taking care of your collaborators and reducing your ecological footprint, but also having a positive impact on society. What has Combell achieved to make society a better place? 

The Internet as a public utility, available for all to use

Combell is more aware than anyone else that access to the Internet is as important and as necessary for the well-being of people and for equal opportunities for all as are traditional public utilities such as power and water. That is why we strive to make the Internet more accessible, so that as many citizens, organisations and companies as possible have the opportunity to obtain information via the Internet or to make it available, in order to be able to offer services or to make use of them.

Creating a new e-mail address is easier than you think!

As a company, you really cannot afford to put on your invoices – without your own domain name and associated e-mail address, you will not be able to project a professional image. Not only does your own e-mail address associated with your domain name look much more reliable, but it is also an address that you can keep for the rest of your life, as long as you keep your domain name. That means you can keep it even when you switch Internet providers (Telenet or Proximus). Moreover, creating an e-mail address is super easy, usually free and has many other advantages!

Sustainable entrepreneurship: how Combell reduces its ecological footprint

As a sustainable company, Combell wants to contribute to a better environment. Consuming less energy, reducing plastic waste, recycling more products... it is all part of our programme. Find out what we do to reduce our ecological footprint to a sustainable level.

Combell chooses data centres that only use green energy

A hosting provider like Combell is indirectly responsible for a fairly large amount of energy consumption. Hundreds of physical servers – on which thousands of cloud servers and virtual machines run – hosting our customers' applications and websites are housed in data centres.