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Krishna Tammana appointed new CTO of Talend

Talend has announced the appointment of former Splunk executive Krishna Tammana as its new CTO Krishna Tammana appointed new CTO of Talend image

New Talend CTO Tammana, who succeeds Laurent Bride in the role, will be responsible for scaling the product and engineering organisations to drive innovation and Talend’s continued market growth.

Most recently, Tammana served for nearly ten years as vice-president of engineering & product advocacy at Splunk, leading global engineering teams and cloud operations during the company’s portfolio expansion and transition to the cloud.

Prior to his tenure at Splunk, the new Talend CTO held engineering management roles at Dun & Bradstreet, RIGHT90 and E*Trade.

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“It’s a great time to be joining Talend,” said Tammana. “This is a pivotal moment in both the data market and the company’s evolution.”

“Talend has the leadership, talent, and commitment needed to become a critical and strategic business partner that companies can run their businesses on.

“I look forward to working with the entire executive team in carrying that vision forward.”

Christal Bemont, CEO of Talend, commented: “Digital transformation is accelerating at an unprecedented pace, and agile product innovation is more essential than ever to meet the needs of businesses at every step of that journey.

“I’m delighted to welcome Krishna as our new CTO. He has the background and market experience that’s essential to lead Talend’s engineering organisation and ensure that we are consistently at the forefront of innovation and driving the redefinition of the data market.”

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