iLandMan Welcomes Chapman to Headquarters

Lafayette-based lease acquisition and land management software company iLandMan welcomes marketer Adam Chapman to their team.

Adam Chapman, Marketing Executive - iLandMan

Adam Chapman, Marketing Executive – iLandMan

A New Iberia native, Chapman is a graduate of Louisiana State University in Business Administration with a focus in Marketing, and has been working in Lafayette since 2007. Chapman comes from a family of newspapermen and began his advertising career locally in retail sales with The Daily Advertiser. After over three years in sales, Chapman transitioned to the role of Brand Developer with local branding agency The Russo Group, working with both local and regional clientele on branding and marketing projects with a strong focus in digital marketing and new technologies. He joins the iLandMan team as Marketing Executive assisting in the growth of their software brand and national user base.

Along with his role in the marketing profession, Adam is serving a second term as board member of the705; Young Leaders for a better Acadiana, and organizes the monthly Social Media Breakfast.

“We are pleased to have Adam join our staff to help us expand the marketing of our software services to landmen throughout the U.S.” said President Tim Supple. “Adam’s experience with advertising and marketing will help us more effectively tell the story of iLandMan and how it can save landmen and brokerage firms time and money….” Supple added.

About iLandMan: iLandMan has offices in Lafayette and Houston and is the only real-time, tract-based, uniform land management solution that gives all stakeholders access to the project management process online.


Local Media Coverage:


Acadiana Business

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