Following a successful 2020, which saw a 72 percent increase in revenue, IRONSCALES, the pioneer of self-learning email security, continues its momentum into 2021 with powerful mid-year results and expansion. In the first half of 2021, IRONSCALES drove YoY revenue growth by 96 percent, added over 1,000 customers, hired key executive team members and expanded into a new Atlanta location.
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“One of IRONSCALES key differentiators is our Community and how we use crowd-sourcing to provide email protection in real-time at scale. Our continued growth means that we can better protect our customers against ever-increasing email threats.”
“Our continued growth obviously calls for internal celebration, but we are just as excited about what this growth means for current and future clients,” said Eyal Benishti, CEO and Founder of IRONSCALES. “One of IRONSCALES key differentiators is our Community and how we use crowd-sourcing to provide email protection in real-time at scale. Our continued growth means that we can better protect our customers against ever-increasing email threats.”
Last quarter, IRONSCALES added more than 100,000 mailboxes to the number it protects daily. Since January, the company has added more than 1,100 customers, reaching more than 3,500 globally.
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The company also added two members to its Senior Leadership Team: Julia Blachman, Director of Global HR and David Habusha, Senior Vice President of Product Management. Blachman will be responsible for creating and managing the global people strategy and Habusha will focus on further developing the company’s product offerings. The company increased total headcount by 30 percent since January.
In May, the company also revamped its channel partner program. The program saw an increase in new channel partnerships, driven by expansion in 18 markets such as India, United Arab Emirates and South Africa.
Finally, the company moved its Atlanta headquarters into a new 3,000 square-foot office space. The larger space not only accommodates new team members, but also provides space for additional growth while in proximity to Atlanta’s thriving technology community.