Front Announces Domain Name Upgrade

Front is a customer communication platform that was founded in 2013 and has been using the domain name for its website. This company has raised nearly $150 million in funding, according to Crunchbase. has long been owned by a financial services company, although it had not been used since 2010, according to

Last month, Jamie Zoch noticed that was pending transfer and speculated that the domain name may have been sold. Jamie was right, and it turns out the domain name was acquired by Front.

Yesterday afternoon, Front announced its updated website, and more importantly, its new domain name. The company made this announcement in a fun way:

Because Front seems to have always been known as Front rather than “Front App,” there is no need for a rebrand exercise. The company has been called Front and will continue to be called Front. People can still access the company’s website from and they will be forwarded to Some customers may not even realize the company changed urls and will simply assume the company has been using all along.

Thank you to Tim Hargis for sharing this with me.

Elliot Silver
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