Oversee.net is an online internet-solutions provider company in the business of domain name registration, besides offering services in buying & selling of used domain names, SEO/SEM optimization, landing web page design, and a revenue generation model through ad clicks for owners of undeveloped websites.
The company is headquartered in Los Angeles, California, USA. Its offices are located in Portland, Oregon, San Mateo, California and Pompano Beach, Florida. The company has around 120 employees. The current CEO of Oversee.net is Jeff Kupietzky.
Oversee.net was founded in 2000 by Lawrence Ng and Fred Hsu . While Hsu is no longer associated with the company, Ng is the current chairman of the board of directors. A graduate from the University of Southern California (USC), Ng was employed with Startpath.com, Merrill Lynch and Smith Barney, before he pooled resources and expertise with Hsu in the domains of online advertising, internet traffic pattern analysis and search engine optimization, to create Oversee.net.
In January 2008, the company offloaded USD 150 million worth of stake to Oak Hill Capital Partners, a private equity (PE) firm. As part of the deal, William J. Pade, a partner at the PE firm joined oversee.net board as Director.
Oversee.net has been named to the Inc. 500, followed by a third rank in the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 of Los Angeles, and an eighteenth rank in the list of the nation's fastest growing internet companies. It was also named "Internet and New Media Company of the Year" by the Technology Council of Southern California.
Oversee.net currently owns a portfolio of over a million domain names. The company's core brands include DomainSponsor, SnapNames, Moniker, DOMAINFest and LowFares.com.
The company's Aftermarket and Registrar Division comprises the two units of Moniker and SnapNames, and together the two offer an array of services including domain name registration, acquisition, management, appraisal, brokerage and sales. According to an interview given by CEO Kupietzky to CNN.Com, the company has overseen auctions that run into six figures.