Thread regarding Teradata Corp. layoffs

SAS will buy TERADATA -great merge

The discussion between the 2 company started months ago. SAS commitment is to buy 80% of TD by Q2.

This rumors is coming from SAS board

Do you think is good for us?

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Post ID: @Z7gtCWy

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Still waiting for your dud prediction to come true. Junior school kids shouldn't really try to make themselves feel important on this platform

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Post ID: @Z7gtCWy-1zzyv

I guess it could still happen? lol

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Post ID: @Z7gtCWy-1aglx

That would be like the Cloudera Hortonworks merger or a merger of Sears and KMart to quote the great OR!

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Post ID: @Z7gtCWy-Hkaj

We are still waiting.

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Post ID: @Z7gtCWy-Gwjx

I’m sorry for the guy that say TD is #1

Today another RIF is in place and Snowflake got 10 TD customers in only 2 months .

All the hiring is frozen

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Post ID: @Z7gtCWy-fhji

Maybe they could use their own “predictability analysis” to figure why they s---.

#vantageisvintage

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Post ID: @Z7gtCWy-arro

This is super unlikely

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Post ID: @Z7gtCWy-abyc

from last month stock trading -11%

From last year -25%

Please explain the north star

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Post ID: @Z7gtCWy-adse

Simple TD product has been always #1.

Even now no other company is trying to bring all analytics together. The vantage allows you do this. Yes company might not survive only HW. This approach of vantage is north star.

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Post ID: @Z7gtCWy-9kyn

A question to the guy that say TD is a good company. Why is good ?

  • good business model?

  • new technology?

  • great partners ?

  • great HR?

  • attractive for talent?

Please explain

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Post ID: @Z7gtCWy-5hdy

Either very sarcastic or just wrong, no new customers, consulting a wreck, and at least getting short term revenue from conversion to subscription from term. Their highly publicized Teradata Answers tour has shown Teradata sales people attending training I guess to fill seats. Sell! It was a great company, all the people that made it that way are gone.

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Post ID: @Z7gtCWy-5ekf

Stop spreading silly rumors. TD is a great company.

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Post ID: @Z7gtCWy-4pxa

The Q2 result will be again below target .

Revenue will drop again .... customer are not buying new system.

Lay-off is coming

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Post ID: @Z7gtCWy-4abh

Absolute garbage that our executives cannot even talk to the business. My experience was that most of the high $$ salaried employees couldn’t even hold a conversation about their business, made for some interesting listening and interruptions to set these f---ers straight. It’s an embarrassment to us that busted our asses year over year and actually knew what the hell was going on. I didn’t work in the Dayton office but that team was the best around and knew there stuff inside and out.

#DYTmadeTDG8t

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Post ID: @Z7gtCWy-3svr

Good companies want to buy high performing companies who click on all cylinders and deliver consistent revenue growth and profit.

TDC is not even close. In fact, TDC is a bad company as the Q1 results show. It was funny to hear our c levels struggle answering questions about the business. Mark said,,,but our funnel is strong and we are confident. They don’t believe him or Oliver and stock drops almost 20 per cent. Good work Mark and Oliver!

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Post ID: @Z7gtCWy-3cnt

SAS LT is the source

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Post ID: @Z7gtCWy-2grk

Interesting. I don’t see it in any of the blogs or fin news. What is the source?

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Post ID: @Z7gtCWy-2hrq

Fake

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Post ID: @Z7gtCWy-2ngc

What a joke. SAS management actually has business sense and would never do something so stupid.

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Post ID: @Z7gtCWy-ndc

So a private company is going to buy a public one. Will they stay private. What ever happened about SAP, are they still in the mix

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