Midtown-based startup Sprinklr is poised to be the next New York technology company to make its public debut—less than a year after raising $200 million in private capital at a $2.7 billion valuation.
The company has made public its plans to debut on the New York Stock Exchange in the coming weeks, filing prospectus documents with the Securities and Exchange Commission on Friday, just before the start of the Memorial Day weekend.
While details are still pending on how Sprinklr will price its shares, here are five things to know about the company ahead of its initial public offering:
A modern-day feedback box: Sprinklr describes its software as a
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