MINNEAPOLIS, MN–(Marketwired – Sep 10, 2014) – DigitalTown, Inc. ( OTCQB : DGTW ) today announced that it partnered with Epik.com to manage its vast domain portfolio.
Epik.com will use its domain management platform to power DigitalTown’s complete portfolio of more than 20,000 domains. Epik will provide a fully automated process of both the front end and backend of the complete management of DigitalTown domain leasing programs, as well as provide post-sale customer support for buyers and lessee of DigitalTown’s properties.
“We are delighted to be partnering with DigitalTown as their solution for domain name leasing and sales. The team at DigitalTown has assembled an unmatched portfolio of specialty media assets. Historically these media assets were inaccessible to the logical end-users. Domain name leasing in particular solves this critical access issue at a time when many schools are looking for new revenue sources that are increasingly accessible to them through online channels,” commented Rob Monster, CEO and Founder of Epik.com.
“After a global search of domain management companies, Epik.com stood out as the company with the most complete offering with its state of the art solutions for DigitalTown’s needs,” commented Richard Pomije, Chairman of DigitalTown.
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Epik.com is a full-service domain name asset management company. Headquartered in Seattle, Epik provides domain name registration, hosting and design services. Founded in 2009, the privately-held company serves more than 68,000 customer accounts worldwide. Epik is a leading provider for online intellectual property management services and secures some of the most valuable domain names in the world. For more information, contact Rob Monster, CEO at 425-765-0077 or visit Epik.com.
DigitalTown, Inc., a Minnesota-based domain management, a Google Apps Authorized Reseller and cloud services broker. For more information, please visit www.digitaltown.com.
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