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Video: 10 Minute IT Jams – Who is Talend?

30 Jul 2020

Techday's 10 Minute IT Jams provide sharp, to-the-point insights into emerging and established technology companies that operate in the Asia-Pacific region.

Talend is an expert in data, boasting more than 4250 customers worldwide and US$248 million in revenue for full-year 2019.

The company’s Data Fabric offers a full suite of cloud apps in data integration and data integrity. These apps help organisations to make the most of the data they generate and consume.

In this interview, we speak with Talend's A/NZ country manager Steve Singer.

In this video, Steve covers:

  • The basics of Talend, as well as its key products and offerings
  • Talend's future product announcements
  • What infrastructure and resources Talend has in the A/NZ market
  • How to contact the Talend team.

Watch the video here.

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