Backorderzone.com is for sale.
Backorderzone.com competes with Namejet.com, Snapnames.com, Pheenix.com and DropCatch.com.
Last week Namejet lowered the price of a backorder on a pending delete domain, the only type of domain names BackOrderZone.com catches, to $39.
Included in the sale is the BackorderZone.com website, the drop catching software and 42 ICANN Accredited Registrars in good standing registered in US.
“Every portion may be sold separately.
Registrars maybe sold or rented out.
Buyer may purchase the whole set and start catching domains the same day.”
All the information is on their site at backorderzone.com/for-sale.html
“”1) What technology stack does the platform use? Where are the servers located? Who maintains them? How much do they cost? What do you foresee a migration looking like?
BOZ platform software consists of three parts – Public website, backoffice and catching software. Both public website and backoffice are written on Python (Django framework) backed by MySQL database and run on Linux operating system. Catching software is written on Java (including fast EPP protocol implementation) and run on Linux servers. Servers are provided by US hosting company and located in optimal strategical location. Each server is an average one (Dual core with 4Gb RAM) costs around $175. Migration would include installation, tuning and testing all mentioned software on buyers hardware. Public website and backoffice can be ran anywhere in the world. We recommend keep the catching servers in their current data center. Contact us for more details…
2) Can you provide specs and docs on the API?
We will provide some essential documentation for the software. It will contain explanation how things work, diagrams of inter software data transit. In addition, we will provide technical support for some initial period. Contact us for more details…
3) Can you outline what the API/catching technology entails?
If by entails, you mean other dependable licenses, software required to run the platform. BOZ platform is written using open source software and does not depend on any 3rd party commercial software. All platform components are written in-house and does not use any external proprietary software. Contact us for more details…
4) When would you like to become involved in the process, as it will be necessary at some point?
We will assist with any business or technical questions. But definitely would like you to handle all the steps in-between, before the case will take a more serious spin. Contact us for details…
5) Can we get annual P&L for 2014 including all expenses and net profit? Contact us for more details…
Yes, please contact us to get the information.
6) What is backstory on the motivation / reason for selling?
Contact us for details…
7) In your opinion if someone like Snapnames or NameJet were to buy BOZ, would they be able to take your tech/scripts and increase theirdrop catch rate across all their existing/current registrars?
Considering the fact that we do capture on average more domains per registrar and in the same time have the ability to catch premium names, we could easily have more advanced and efficient capturing platform then other clubs. So yes, absolutely they will increase the catch rate across all their existing/current registrars. Contact us for more information… “”