Since its foundation in 1998 Key-Systems GmbH has evolved from an academic sideline to a global player of the internet and domain industry. Our core business is the registration of internet addresses – we currently manage more than 7 million domains on behalf of our customers.

Domain Experts with Extensive Product Offering

Besides domain registrations Key-Systems’ three differently targeted business divisions and the two wholly owned subsidiaries offer comprehensive additional IT services. These include the operation of a registry, colocation, virtual servers, web hosting, SSL certificates and brand monitoring on the Internet.

We serve customers all over the world, among them are private clients, mid-sized businesses, well-known domain investors as well as large international organizations and corporations. With diversified offerings, trusted technique, and our experienced team of more than 90 domain experts we expanded our customer base to more than 100,000 retail/corporate customers and over 2,300 resellers worldwide.

Key-Systems is part of the CentralNic Group PLC.

The London-based CentralNic Group PLC is listed on Alternative Investment (AIM: CNIC). CentralNic develops and manages software platforms allowing businesses globally to use the internet for their own websites and email, as well as protecting their brands online. Its core growth strategy is identifying and acquiring cash-generative businesses with annuity revenue streams and exposure to emerging markets, and migrating them onto the CentralNic software and operating platforms. With customers in over 200 countries, CentralNic operates globally and earns revenues from the worldwide sales of domain names and hosting on an annual subscription basis.

Key-Systems’ International Presence

  • Specialized business divisions
  • Products for consumers, businesses, and resellers
  • More than 1,000 different domain extensions
  • Multilingual websites and user interfaces
  • Support in English and German
  • Over 100,000 customers in more than 200 countries