Talend in the News

Talend, a French start-up specialized in Big Data and Cloud solutions, achieved one of the best IPO of the year in the United States.

Based in Suresnes and Redwood, California, the big data software company has successfully introduced on Nasdaq, raising nearly $ 100 million in one day.

Talend CEO Mike Tuchen Interview about the company's recent decision to go public

Yes, it’s been a slow year for tech IPOs, with just five information technology companies braving the public stock market as of last Friday. But the ones engineered over the past few weeks have been memorable, for the right reasons. Big data firm Talend, for example, debuted 54% above its IPO price of $18 last Friday and closed its first day up 42% at $25.50.

Talend went public on Friday July 29th in an IPO that was considered successful in typical Wall Street terms.

This is only the third French technology company to be listed directly on Nasdaq, the US high-tech temple, after Business Objects and Criteo.

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.

Software company’s stock surges on only fifth tech debut of 2016.

Big Data integration software company Talend filed to raise $94.5 million in an initial public offering Friday, trading on the Nasdaq as TLND

Shares of Talend SA, whose software helps businesses crunch large amounts of data, jumped 54 percent in their U.S. debut, valuing the company at $773.7 million.

Data integration provider Talend went public today in what has been a quiet IPO season for tech startups. Talend opened trading at $27.66 a share -- a 53 percent pop after originally pricing 5.25 million shares at $18 a piece on Thursday -- raising $94.5 million. The stock is trading on the Nasdaq under the ticker symbol TLND.

In one of the thinnest tech IPO seasons in recent history, big data startup Talend made its debut on the public markets on Friday and so far investors are loving it.

French-American big data startup Talend made its debut as a public company today with a pop. After pricing its shares at $18 last night (above the expected range of $15-$17), the company began trading on Nasdaq under the ticker TLND at $27.66, up 54 percent on its IPO price, giving the company an implied valuation of $537 million.

On Friday, big data company Talend was one of a handful of tech companies to brave the IPO markets, with a modest offering of just over 5 million shares, priced at $18/share and raising about $95 million.

Now that it’s a public company, Talend SA will focus on strengthening its balance sheet, filling in gaps in its portfolio through acquisitions and doubling down on what the company believes will be an explosive market for data integration software, according to the company’s chief marketing officer.

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.

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