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Talend: 36% of business leaders don’t rely on data to make decisions

Even as enterprise leaders tout the importance of data, 36% of business leaders don’t rely on it for making critical decisions, according to a survey by Talend
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The future of data health: An interview with Christal Bemont, CEO of Talend

By using technology to make data not just accessible but also useful, companies are capturing these opportunities as they turn to the cloud to digitize their organization.
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The 33 most innovative HR leaders who steered employees through a global crisis — and the plans they're using to create more flexible, equitable workplaces

A global pandemic upended traditional models of work as employers across industries sent staff home from the office. Leaders in human resources were tasked with figuring out how to make long-term remote work effective and maintain company culture virtually.
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Introducing the MAD (ML, AI, Data) Public Company Index

Today, we are previewing a new public market index – the MAD (for machine learning, AI and data) index.
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Retailers must leverage data to survive this pandemic

By utilizing customer intelligence and better data management, retailers can collect supply chain data in real-time, make better orders to suppliers based on customer intelligence. 
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Women Wanted: Inspiring the Next Generation of Women in Tech

It is our differences that make us stronger leaders. Diversity leads us to more creativity and success because great minds to not think alike. 
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Cloud Data Specialist Talend to Go Private in $2.4B Deal

The data integration and integrity software company Talend  said on Wednesday it has agreed to be acquired for $2.4 billion, or $66 a share in cash, by the tech-focused private equity firm Thoma Bravo.
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Talend sells to private equity firm Thoma Bravo in $2.4 billion deal

Private equity firm Thoma Bravo is buying data integration provider Talend for $2.4 billion, the companies announced Wednesday. Talend, which went public in 2016, said the deal will position the company for long-term growth and provide the necessary capital and resources to execute its market strategy. 
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Talend CFO walked investors through gutsy pandemic response

The data integration company's decision to keep its foot on the gas required a number of frank conversations but the move has positioned it well.
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Why data health is key to successful business outcomes

Canadian businesses are aware of how data can provide an advantage in the marketplace – but what if your data is inconsistent, incomplete or compromised? A recent survey on the value of data identified critical gaps in the management and use of data by many of the country’s companies. 
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