Public Relations Manager for Cloud Big Data CompanyRedwood City, CA 94065Position OverviewTalend is the global leader in Big Data Integration. In 2018, customers don’t just buy a product, they buy into a relationship. The role of a software company is becoming more and more consultative, and software companies now need to focus on more than just delivering software; but, on how to make their customers successful.Talend enables data driven companies to be more effective at what they do by providing them with the tools, infrastructure, and guidance to make informed business decisions. Our architecture and technology uniquely position us to take advantage of constant innovation in data and processing technologies, such as Hadoop and Spark. As a result, we provide the fastest, most scalable data integration platform in the industry, and we support Big Data natively.We’re growing rapidly and hiring a Public Relations Manager to join our Corporate Marketing team. We are looking for an intelligent, hard-working, self-starter with strong PR and trend story development experience to take the next step in their career. The ideal candidate must be an adept writer and creative storyteller with the ability to create compelling content that drives awareness and educates prospects, analysts, industry influencers and customers. This position requires a personable individual who is willing to collaborate with stakeholders across the company to uncover meaningful information that will help drive impactful, integrated public relations campaigns and industry influencer engagement.Focusing on the North American market, and possibly supporting our international markets as well, you will be responsible for managing the organizations’ PR program and delivering results in-line with overall communications strategies and specific team goals. This position will report to the Director, Corporate Communications and is based full-time in Redwood City, CA.What You’ll Be Working On
Website : http://www.talend.com/
Talend is one of the largest pure play vendors of open source software, offering a breadth of middleware solutions that address both data management and application integration needs. Since the emergence of data integration and data quality tools in the 1990s, and the more recent appearance of Master Data Management solutions, the data management market has been dominated by a small - and quickly consolidating - number of traditional vendors offering proprietary, closed solutions, which only the largest and wealthiest organizations can afford. The situation in the application integration space is quite similar, with significant consolidation occurring as well. As a result, only a minority of organizations use commercial solutions to meet their data management and application integration needs. Indeed, these solutions not only demand a steep initial investment, but they also often require significant resources to manage implementation and ongoing operation.