The NamesCon is the largest annual domain-industry conference, expecting over 1,400 attendees from around the globe for the January 2017 event. The NamesCon provides four days of informative sessions, workshops and business networking. RRPproxy is the reseller portal of the global registrar Key-Systems and allows the resale of domains with numerous existing extensions such as .COM, .NET, .GURU, and .XYZ through one portal and saves effort and cost for the technical implementation of hundreds of TLDs for providers (ISPs) and registrars. Trade show participants will receive a 50.00 $ voucher to get to know the new RRPproxy user interface and are welcome to arrange an appointment by email@example.com in advance.
“We are looking forward to network with customers, partners and friends and inform ourselves about the latest developments in the domain industry”, says Alexander Siffrin, CEO of the Key-Systems GmbH. “NamesCon is a great opportunity to do so every year. We appreciate the interesting lectures and, of course, the many exhibitors.”
RRPproxy's customers can automatically register domains under more than 1,000 existing gTLD and ccTLD extensions. Furthermore, they have the possibility to pre-order web addresses among all new gTLDs during all launch phases free and without obligation. Additionally, RRPproxy offers resalable services such as hosting, SSL certificates, vServers and Whois Privacy. Via various API gateways and a multilingual web interface, any ordering and management operation can be carried out easily and fast.
Furthermore, RRPproxy offers a hierarchical subreseller system that customers can use as white-label solution. By using the Metaregistry, the technical and financial investments for TLD implementation and operation are reduced, thus, RRPproxy provides a comfortable, extensive package that offers numerous benefits to its customers. The entire RRPproxy technology is developed internally and continuously updated by the team of the Key-Systems GmbH.
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