Intralinks Goes Public on the NYSE
After spending several weeks on the road meeting with potential investors, I am pleased to announce that Intralinks is now a publicly-traded company listed on the New York Stock Exchange — trading under the ticker symbol “IL”.
6 August 2010
After spending several weeks on the road meeting with potential investors, I am pleased to announce that Intralinks is now a publicly-traded company listed on the New York Stock Exchange — trading under the ticker symbol “IL”. We are excited and proud to be associated with the New York Stock Exchange. We have achieved an important milestone for Intralinks, as well as for all the investors and other stakeholders who have placed their trust in our company’s success.
By becoming a public company, we have now increased our financial resources and flexibility, enabling us to grow our business and further establish Intralinks as a leading provider of SaaS-based solutions for collaboration between businesses. While the past few months have inevitably presented their challenges, the process of “going public” has allowed us to truly articulate and reinforce our corporate vision. It’s been a rewarding experience both personally and professionally.
I want to take this opportunity to personally thank everyone inside and outside the organization who helped us reach this milestone. This pivotal occasion reflects the success of our business, commitment to innovation and the caliber and dedication of the entire Intralinks team. It also highlights the trust and confidence Intralinks’ customers, investors and business partners have in us and our vision.
In 14 short years, we have gone from transforming the way people syndicate loans and buy and sell companies to extending our capabilities across the enterprise, helping companies manage and share their most critical business information, including 800 of the Fortune 1000. We are very excited about the opportunities ahead of us and look forward to continuing to serve our customers and creating long-term shareholder value during the rest of 2010 and beyond.