Taking exchange A break from leave to dig into the new Qualtics S-1 filing. Then there are the columns and newspapers Hold back By 4 January.
this afternoon, Qualtrics, A software company that helps companies file their employee base, customers, and others to make them public. This is the second time a Utah-based unicorn has done so, the first to fail to complete its offering after SAP’s pounce and Bought it for about 8 billion dollars in cash.
SAP announced July at the end of this year That Qualtrix will be rolled out through an IPO, bringing the saga of the small company in full swing.
New S-1 Filing – You Can See 2018 original here – Different animal than before. First, it is larger, and older, than the Qualtrix. And its finances are more complex because it extricates itself from its earliest corporate parents.
Qualtrics intends to list on the Nasdaq under the ticker symbol “XM”.
Looking back My chat With Ryan Smith, then CEO of Qualtrix and today its president, and Bill McDermott, CEO of SAP and today CEO of ServiceNow, it is hard to believe that the acquisition deal was only two years ago.
A lot has changed since late 2018. Let’s see what happened to Qualtrics in the meantime. We’ll dig into the financials, the company’s inherent valuation range (spoiler: it’s gone up) and whatever we can shake loose.
New Qualtrics S-1
A few things above. First, the company will be the controlling shareholder after the IP Qualcomm IPO. It is early in S-1 filing. And, Smith and Silver Lake are investing in the company as part of their new beginnings.