iLand is a private for-profit company that provides IT services. Its services include disaster recovery, infrastructure as a service (Iaas), as well as backup as a service (BaaS) to companies in healthcare, financial, SaaS, legal and other industries.
Details of iLand
- iLand is a private for-profit company that provides IT services. Its services include disaster recovery (DRaaS), infrastructure as a service (Iaas), as well as backup as a service (BaaS) to companies in healthcare, financial, SaaS, legal and other industries. Its clients are based worldwide.
- iLand has its headquarters in Texas and operations in the UK, Australia, Asia, Europe, and North America. The company took best-in-class technology and added to its security tools and unique innovations thus providing the user with visibility and control over their cloud resources.
- Its services include secure CloudSM, DRaaSSM, private CloudSSM, Backup SSM and cloud management. iLand's data centers are located at over 500 carriers worldwide. Its customers usually require exceptional disaster recovery support, and local presence, as a result, iLand provides backup at all its facilities.
- iLand has inbuilt its services with VMWare as well as Cisco technology. Its cloud console service allows users to view detailed performance and billing information, manage their storage and compute them as well, view the VMs, set customized alerts and access compliance and security reporting.
- iLand's last reported annual revenue is $29.98 million.
- It is estimated that 190 persons are employed to the company all of whom can be contacted on the company's LinkedIn page. Approximately 56 of the staff are in sales, 45 are in the engineering department, 27 in IT, 16 are in marketing, 13 in business development, 9 are in accounting, 7 are in finance, product management, and arts and design, 5 are in operations, support and program and project management, 3 in legal and media and communications.
- Their main product offerings include secure cloud, Autopilot Managed Recovery, secure DRaaS, and secure cloud backup.
- Some of their key business partners are VMware, Cisco, and Veeam.
The research team only found the estimated revenue for iLand and not the actual reported revenue. iLand is a private company and is therefore not obligated to report its financial statements to the public. Therefore, this could be a possible reason for the unavailability of the actual revenue for the company. We know from research that the company has customers on six continents, however, it was not disclosed how many. In search of this information, we checked the news, articles from industry experts such as Gartner, as well as databases such as Craft, Hoovers, Bloomberg, and Crunchbase and we expanded our search beyond the usual 2 years.
In the news, we found press releases and other articles on the company published in RealWire, Business Insider and Data Diversity, however, none included information on the number of customers. We did find information about iLand's services and their global reach. We thought the news would be highly likely to have information on the number of customers for two reasons. Sometimes, media companies conduct exclusive interviews with C-level personnel where that sort of information would be disclosed. Secondly, we believe that companies sometimes release this information to the news companies in order to communicate the growth of the company to its investors or stakeholders.
In terms of the reports from industry experts, we found that Gartner has awarded iLand the Magic Quadrant for Service Recovery, however, there is no mention of the number of customers the company has. Business wire mentioned that iLand was awarded the cloud service provider for 2019, however, it does not mention the number of customers. We assumed this information would have been available to these companies since in recent days, they have awarded iLand for their work, therefore, it was assumed that information pertaining to customers would have been provided to these companies to help them in their decision to make such awards.
Finally, we checked databases such as Crunchbase, Hoovers and Craft but there was no mention of the number of paying customers. These databases provided information on what the company does, its revenue, recent news, its competitors as well as other useful business-related information. We assumed the information would be available on these databases since in some instances, this is the information one can find on these websites for other companies.