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CRN Awards iland Partner Program With 5-Star Rating

ByApril 5, 2018
Partner Program Winner 2018It’s a first for iland, but we couldn’t be prouder. CRN just released its 2018 Partner Program Guide and not only is the iland Partner Program on the list, CRN awarded iland with a 5-Star rating.

CRN’s annual partner guide lists partner programs from tech vendors around the world. But the programs that get the exclusive 5-Star rating are “an elite subset of companies that offer solution providers the best partnering elements in their channel programs,” according to CRN.

Providing businesses and partners with industry leading disaster recovery as a service, cloud backup, and infrastructure as a service and is rewarding, but it’s also great to be recognized with such a prestigious honor. The Channel Company, which owns CRN, looked at each tech vendors’ partner programs based on:

  • Program offerings
  • Partner profitability
  • Partner training, education and support
  • Marketing programs and resources
  • Sales support
  • Communication
It’s not always easy for solution providers to find the right tech vendors to partner with, which is why we developed the iland Partner Program — from the ground up — with partners in mind. Dante Orsini, SVP of Business Development at iland explained, “The program is designed to help our partners build a profitable, long-term cloud business that’s sustainable through rapid market and technological changes.”

You can check out additional information about the 5-Star determination, or read CRN’s write-up about the iland Partner Program on the CRN website. You can also get detailed information or sign up for the iland Partner Program from the partners’ section of our website.

Rachel Roach

Rachel Roach

As part of iland’s Marketing team, Rachel is responsible for planning and executing demand generation efforts in addition to drafting and managing articles for iland's customer reference program. Prior to her career at iland, Rachel earned her degree in International Studies, worked as a teacher in Thailand, and completed an internship in corporate communications. Outside of the office, Rachel volunteers for Child Advocates Inc., and enjoys playing kickball and flag football. Her diverse experience has enabled her to relate to and work well with all members of the iland organization and adapt to the ever-changing climate in the technology field.