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Industry Pioneer Pinky Brand Takes New Position as Marketing & Sales VP at RegistryOffice

I often use the term  "industry veteran" when mentioning people who have been around this business for awhile but every now and then that doesn't quite cut it. Such is the case with an industry pioneer like Pinky Brand who has been filling key managerial roles in the domain world for over 20 years now, going all the way back to the '90s when he was a Director of the idNames Division of Network Solutions (then part of SAIC). His next stop would be as Director of Business Development at Verisign (the administrator of the .com and .net registries). I could fill the rest of this post with his bio alone but the reason for the article is to let you know Pinky about Pinky's newest role as Senior VP Marketing and Sales at RegistryOffice

RegistryOffice is a major SaaS Business Intelligence platform for Domain Name Registries. The RegistryOffice API enables the Registry to offer enhanced features on their websites, portals and dynamic ads. When Pinky announced he had joined the company on his blog just before Christmas he said, "RegistryOffice business intelligence joins data from multiple sources and uses machine 

Pinky Brand
Senior VP Marketing & Sales
RegistryOffice

learning together with AI to improve insight in order to find patterns and trends that would otherwise be hard for domain name registries to discover manually.

In addition to spreading the good word about our Business Intelligence and Abuse Monitoring services, Iíll be working with my colleagues to expand the range of our consulting services. Also I am bringing over my registry operator clients who will benefit from additional expertise and resources."

Pinky added, "This wasnít a snap decision. However it was an easy one in view of my long-time relationship with the founders, the entire team and the services. In the early days of RegistryOffice I evaluated a beta version of the Business Intelligence service for a registry operator client and instantly recognized its benefits. With great clients, their valuable feedback + a killer team of respected industry veterans on the RegistryOffice side, the service just keeps on getting better and better."

For those haven't met Pinky or haven't caught up with recently, he will be representing RegistryOffice at next month's NamesCon conference that runs January 27-30, 2019 at the Tropicana Hotel in Las Vegas.

(Posted December 27, 2018)

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