Talend in the News
As part of its project to migrate its information system to the AWS Cloud, Veolia turned to Talend for the transit of its inter-application flows.
The world increasingly runs on data, and that data is only expanding. Like the blob, it gets everywhere: storage systems, databases, document repositories.
Discover how Springg, a Dutch software company, and Talend helps farmers to produce more crops.
Mike Tuchen, Talend CEO, talks about Talend's IPO and the recovery positive signs in the stock market.
Air France-KLM, Talend customer, created a 360-degree view of its customers for a better travel experience.
Trying to feed the world is no easy feat. Springg IT-platform, is doing its part by making it possible to provide fertilizer advice to farmers in the most remote regions of the globe.
"Clean" Data in Demand, Trump a Tech "Unknown" says Talend CEO
During the Talend Connect, Talend presented its product roadmap and future innovations, including real-time data integration.
Talend's CEO Mike Tuchen spoke with Jim Cramer of Mad Money about the importance of companies becoming data driven.
Barron’s spoke with CEO Mike Tuchen ranging over a bunch of topics, but with particular focus on cloud computing.
Talend signed a strategic Big Data partnership with T-Systems in the area of Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS).
Talend’s customer, PRGX, a recovery audit services company is leveraging the lower storage cost and faster analytics speeds available in a Hadoop and Talend big data stack to realize new cost savings and revenue for its customers.
Talend has introduced a pre-configured virtual environment that allows companies to experiment with the latest big-data technologies, at zero-cost or no-risk.
The French technology company Talend was listed on the Nasdaq at the end of July. An operation that allowed it to raise around $100 million, $15 million more than its original goal.
Learn more about how Citi, a Talend customer, is bettering its business with Talend.
On Friday, big-data startup Talend will launch itself as a public company in this anemic year for tech IPOs, and many other tech companies will be watching how investors react.
Businesses are feeling tremendous pressure to ensure their organisation is data-driven in order to remain competitive. Yet C-Suite surveys show there is still quite a bit of confusion that remains about how to implement an effective data culture.
Founded in 2006, Talend is a French company specialized in Big Data and Cloud solutions. Last Friday, Talend realized one of the best IPO of the year in the United States.
The French company specialized in Big Data saw its stock soar 41.67% on its first day of trading on Nasdaq. Talend has raised over $ 94 million.
Since Friday, July 29, Talend is listed on Nasdaq, the largest electronic stock market in the world.