Talend in the News
Big data and cloud integration software maker Talend shot up in Friday's U.S. debut, following strong recent tech IPO debuts such as Acacia Communications, Line and Twilio.
Talend's success on Wall Street this week can be attributed to two key decisions, its chief financial officer said on Friday as the Big Data integration software company's stock soared in its first day of trading.
The NASDAQ confetti dropped Friday morning on what has become an unusual target: A Silicon Valley tech company. Shortly after Twilio hit it big by going public, a second straight tech IPO made big money for its investors.
Silicon.de reports on Talend's successful IPO and also goes into detail about the company's history as well as the IPO numbers.
Big Data company Talend, that worldwide support Heineken and Philips with their cloud networks, goes Public at an introductory price of $ 18.
Big data upstart Talend rang the bell to open the Nasdaq at 9.30am today in New York City – as the company makes one of the few initial public offerings (IPOs) this year.
Talend (Nasdaq:TLND), a global leader in big data and cloud integration solutions, will visit the Nasdaq MarketSite in Times Square to celebrate its initial public offering (IPO) on July 29.
Shares of big data firm Talend, founded 10 years ago by the same French software engineer behind Business Objects, leapt almost 50% early in their trading debut on Friday.
This is an historic day for Talend, but also for the French "tech". Friday, the software publisher has made his first public offering on the Nasdaq, the prestigious American market place dedicated to high-tech companies.
Today's IPO for Talend S.A opened for trading at $27.66 after pricing 5,250,000 American Depositary Shares (ADSs), each representing one of its ordinary shares, at a price to the public of $18.00 per ADS.
Talend, a 10-year-old company that specializes in data management and analytics software, braved the uncertain IPO market Thursday and set its price higher than anticipated.
Big Data integration software company Talend on Thursday raised about $95 million in a closely watched IPO that is just the second one from a Bay Area tech company this year.
Talend debuted a new edition of its Talend Data Fabric platform for integrating data and applications that reside on-premise or in the cloud.
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Talend released the latest version of Talend Data Fabric, a powerful platform designed to meet the integration needs of both developers and business users.
Talend, a global leader in big data and cloud integration solutions, released the newest version of Talend Data Fabric, a powerful platform designed to meet the integration needs of both developers and business users whether their applications are on-premises or in the cloud.
Talend released the newest version of Talend Data Fabric.
The latest version of a data integration tool released this week by management software specialist Talend offers “self-service” data preparation.
Talend has released the newest version of itsData Fabric, an integration platform for both developers and business users whether their applications are on-premises or in the cloud.
Talend this morning announced a new release of Talend Data Fabric, a new platform designed to meet the Data Integration needs of developers and business users no matter whether their applications run on-premise or in the cloud.