Melbourne, Australia ( A Melbourne-based web solution company is putting the internet back into the hands of the user. has launched a new management system that allows its customers to search for and register their own domains, and renew expiring domains through the single system.

Domain registration used to be a difficult and timely process for the end user, but is one of the few web solution companies that provide multiple solutions, including registration, under the one banner using the single system. group operations manager for Asia Pacific, Chris Mather, said their customers can do their own domain name searches and register available domain names instantly.

"At, a customer is king, and we always strive to provide easy management of services," Mr Mather said.

"Using our system a customer can resister both global domain names, such as .biz and .info, and country domain names, such as .uk and .au, instantly," he said. "This new registration service is the final step in making a comprehensive web solution company."

Mr Mather said provides services such as domain registration, website design and development, web hosting and maintenance, search engine optimisation (SEO), and search engine advertising.

By registering their own domains, the users also get free advanced DNS, URL and email forwarding, with every domain name.

Mr Mather said the launch of’s domain management system has taken web usability to the next level.

"With its well-designed pages, easy-to-use navigation, and steps-by-step process, the domain management control panel is revolutionary and saves time in managing the multiple services offered by," he said. "Once the customer purchases and registers a domain with us, they can use the control panel to register new domains, renew expiring domains, transfer domains to another member, and even transfer a domain registered with another registrar to the account."

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