Taulia Achieves Record Growth and Moves to New Corporate Headquarters2010 has ended with record revenues and undiminished growth for leading Dynamic Discounting provider.
February 02, 2011
Taulia Inc., provider of the only web-based and SAP-certified Dynamic Discounting platform on the market, announced today that it achieved revenue growth in excess of 100% in the course of 2010, with Q4 2010 accounting for 50% of total revenues.
“I am glad to look back on a very successful year for Taulia,” comments Bertram Meyer, Taulia’s CEO. “We won 4 new Global 2000 enterprise customers, attracted investments from two top-tier VC firms, Trinity and Matrix, and entered onto a higher-than-anticipated growth path. At this point we maintain a very positive outlook for 2011, with more and more large enterprises turning to Dynamic Discounting as a way to maximize return on cash.”
To make room for further growth, Taulia has moved to a new and considerably larger corporate headquarter in a representative Class A building in the heart of San Francisco’s Financial District at:
100 Pine Street, Suite 1750
San Francisco, CA 94111
Taulia is also planning to relocate its German subsidiary to a larger office facility.
In 2011 Taulia will be seeking to fill numerous open positions, notably for talented developers with Groovy, Grails or Java background.
“We want to continue to provide unmatched flexibility and development speed for new feature requests to our corporate customers. Expanding our development team with top talent remains one of our key priorities,” explains Philip Stehlik, Taulia’s CTO.
About Taulia Inc.
Taulia Inc. specializes in dynamic discounting and self-service vendor portals, which combined improve supplier relations and generate significant value for AP departments and companies as a whole.
Headquartered in San Francisco, CA, Taulia Inc. brings to the table a deep understanding of buyer-supplier processes and leading SAP expertise. As a certified SAP Partner, we build solutions that fully utilize your SAP system’s potential, rather than bypassing SAP and creating redundant functionality. For more information, please visit www.taulia.com.