Mike Tuchen

Talend Went Public

Redwood City, CA-based Talend is an open-source rooted, data integration software provider that specializes in big data. Talend opened trading at $27.66 after pricing its IPO 5,250,000 shares at $18 on Thursday, raising $94.5 million, a 53% pop. It priced a dollar above its planned range of $15 – $17 per share.Talend is not yet the profitable company. Last year, it reported a net loss of $22 million on $76 million but the company managed to become positive in cash flow.

Talend is the leading open source integration software provider to data-driven enterprises and the first data integration platform built on Apache Spark. Customers can connect anywhere, at any speed, at a predictable price. Talend founded in 2006 by Fabric Bonan and Bertrand Diard, the founder of data analytics company Business Objects Bought in 2008 by SAP.

TALEND TOTAL FUNDING: $101.58M IN 6 ROUNDS [ Via Venture Pulse Data ]

DateFunding AmountFunding RoundLead VC/Investor
Dec, 2013$40MVenture
Nov, 2010$34M Private EquitySilver Lake Partners
Apr, 2010$8.08MSeries D
Jan, 2009$12MSeries C
Jul, 2007$3.5MSeries B
Jun, 2006$4MSeries A