They may be off their peak, but shares of Talend (TLND) are still up nearly 40% since the cloud software provider priced its IPO at $18 in July. Talend CEO Mike Tuchen attributes his company's fast start to the rising demand for "clean data". Talend posted record revenue in the third quarter of $27.4 million highlighting the demand for its integration solutions. Total revenue growth during the quarter showed a 40% increase year-over-year, up from 38% in the second quarter. Tuchen says Talend continues to expand its client roster. Thus far, its solutions have attracted over 1,300 big name customers including Domino's Pizza (DPZ) , Air France, Aldo Shoes and Citibank (C) . Tuchen also points out that Talend continues to grow internationally, including solid growth in Asia during the third quarter. Tuchen blames the models used by pollsters for failing to accurately predict the outcome of the presidential election as opposed to the data itself. And he believes it will be a really interesting next four years for the folks in Silicon Valley.
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