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Yahoo! JAPAN Selects Talend to Enhance Business Operations With Self-Service BI Initiatives


Talend (NASDAQ: TLND), the global leader in cloud and big data integration solutions, today announced that Yahoo! JAPAN chose Talend Data Fabric to provide its over 100 online services with access to data and business insights that will help further personalize the customer experience and improve service delivery. Using Talend, Yahoo! JAPAN will have a more flexible platform for collecting, cleansing, qualifying, and transforming multiple petabytes of data and empowering employees with a self-service data environment.

Yahoo! JAPAN is one of the most popular online services in the country. The dynamic web portal attracts more than 41 million monthly active user IDs and receives more than 75 billion monthly page views, generating massive volumes of data1. Talend is helping Yahoo! JAPAN unlock the value of this data by standardizing data management and implementing intuitive self-service access.

“We are honored to have been chosen by Yahoo! JAPAN and look forward to partnering with them to unify and scale enterprise-wide access to data so its employees can deliver a higher level of customer service and intimacy,” said Jason Bissell, senior vice president, Asia Pacific, Talend. “Yahoo! JAPAN is a widely recognized web services leader and is representative of the innovative, enterprise customer wins Talend is collecting not only in Asia, but worldwide.”

The Japan market has seen a tremendous increase in the demand for cloud and big data solutions to help drive digital transformation initiatives. According to IDC, in 2016, Japan’s big data software market grew 34.9 percent year-over-year.2 In that same period, Talend Japan doubled its customer pipeline and increased its revenue four-fold.

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