Key-Systems Internet Solutions

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Red carpet in St. Ingbert

Key-Systems celebrates grand opening of company building

St. Ingbert, 2010-06-29, With around 130 political, society and domain industry guests, the registrar Key-Systems has inaugurated its new headquarters in St. Ingbert on last Thursday. In the middle of July, the company will move from Zweibr├╝cken to the new location with 44 employees. Among the guests of the grand opening were the Minister of Economics in the federal state Saarland, Christoph Hartmann, Tim Cole from the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), and the CEO of the registry for the German top-level domain (TLD) .DE, Sabine Dolderer.

About one third of the 130 guests of the company inauguration arrived with a specially chartered airplane from the ICANN meeting in Brussels. Also the chiefs of the two Key-Systems subsidiaries in the USA and Mexico, Bonnie Wittenburg (EVP, Key-Systems USA) and Ricardo Ipiña (Managing Director, KS Internet Solutions) celebrated the opening of the new company building with the German Key-Systems team. The Minister of Economics described Key-Systems‘ move to St. Ingbert as “strengthening the position of the federal state Saarland“. He also said: “A company like Key-Systems, which is very international, upcoming and successful, perfectly matches the location Saarland.”

About one third of the 130 guests of the company inauguration arrived with a specially chartered airplane from the ICANN meeting in Brussels. Also the chiefs of the two Key-Systems subsidiaries in the USA and Mexico, Bonnie Wittenburg (EVP, Key-Systems USA) and Ricardo Ipiña (Managing Director, KS Internet Solutions) celebrated the opening of the new company building with the German Key-Systems team. The Minister of Economics described Key-Systems‘ move to St. Ingbert as “strengthening the position of the federal state Saarland“. He also said: “A company like Key-Systems, which is very international, upcoming and successful, perfectly matches the location Saarland.”

About one third of the 130 guests of the company inauguration arrived with a specially chartered airplane from the ICANN meeting in Brussels. Also the chiefs of the two Key-Systems subsidiaries in the USA and Mexico, Bonnie Wittenburg (EVP, Key-Systems USA) and Ricardo Ipiña (Managing Director, KS Internet Solutions) celebrated the opening of the new company building with the German Key-Systems team. The Minister of Economics described Key-Systems‘ move to St. Ingbert as “strengthening the position of the federal state Saarland“. He also said: “A company like Key-Systems, which is very international, upcoming and successful, perfectly matches the location Saarland.”

About Key-Systems

Key-Systems GmbH located in St. Ingbert, Germany, was founded by Alexander Siffrin in 1998. The company has grown from an academic sideline to a successful international ICANN accredited registrar for internet addresses. Areas such as a fully automated reseller-system and web hosting completed the success story. Today with more than 2.7 million domains under its management, the company has reached a leading market position, selling domain names, web hosting and DNS services to customers all over the world. The latest product BrandShelter.com offers companies and institutions special services related to domain administration including services to get their own top-level domain (TLD) as this opportunity unfolds in the near future. Key-Systems is operating subsidiaries in the USA and Mexico.