FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
10th August, 2011
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Through the partnership, DNForum will now be offering members its own branded domain management and monetization platform which takes advantage of the highly advanced ParkLogic systems. The ParkLogic platform is the result of many years of development and will provide DNForum members with increased traffic revenues and tools to manage their portfolios more effectively.
This strategic partnership has united Adam Dicker (DNForum) and Michael Gilmour (ParkLogic), both of whom are widely acknowledged as leaders and innovators in the domain industry. The long history of friendship and mutual respect between Adam and Michael, combined with the synergies between the two organizations has led to this dynamic partnership.
"I've known Michael for a long time and we've always made a point of getting together at the various domain events around the world. It became clear to me that we both thought in a similar manner about domains and the sophistication of the ParkLogic management platform was exactly what DNForum members have been asking for."
Adam Dicker – DNForum
“We are really excited about working alongside Adam who is one of the true experts of the industry. I believe that this partnership is a culmination of experience, like-mindedness and a joint desire to see the domain industry grow and move forward.”
Michael Gilmour - ParkLogic
DNForum is the largest domain forum on the web where people go to buy, sell and talk about domain names. DNForum unites members from all over the world as a community to teach people how to profit from buying and selling domain names. DNForum is the only forum of its kind in the domain space to truly bring domainers together on both a personal and business front. Home to over 100,000 members, the forum is filled with a knowledgeable and professional community.
ParkLogic was founded in 2007 and provides professional domain owners with the most sophisticated domain management and monetization platform in the industry. ParkLogic was built on the foundation of treating domains as assets that need to be carefully managed like any valuable security. With this in mind the platform was developed on the SalesForce.com architecture, adopted by many of the Fortune 500, as the web services technology of choice.