Palantir Stock

palantir.com | Analytics/Big Data | Founded: 2004 | Funding to Date: $2.79B

Palantir Technologies is a data analytics software company founded by former Peter Thiel, along with Alex Karp (current CEO), Joe Lonsdale, and Stephen Cohen in 2004. Palantir develops data analytics software that addresses fraud prevention, counter-terrorism, and other intelligence tasks for businesses and central governments. The company has over 2200 employees spread across 21 offices worldwide. Palantir’s key products include Palantir Gotham – primarily designed for the governments and Palantir Foundry – focused on industrial and enterprise clients. The company has been making efforts to shift its revenue mix from government to enterprise clients as it prepares towards a public offering in 2019 / early 2020.

On July 6, the company announced that it confidentially submitted a draft registration statement on Form S-1 relating to a proposed IPO.

ENTERPRISE VALUE (based on primary fundings)

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TEAM

Management Team
  • Alexander Karp Ph.D - Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer & Board Member
  • Colin Anderson - Chief Financial Officer & Board Member 1
  • Sean Stenstrom - Legal Counsel
  • Stephen Cohen - Co-Founder, Executive Vice President & Board Member
  • Joseph Lonsdale - Co-Founder
  • Amee Devani - Project Analyst
Board Members
  • Adam Ross JD -
  • Alexander Karp Ph.D - Palantir Technologies
  • Colin Anderson - Palantir Technologies
  • Nathan Gettings -
  • Peter Thiel JD -
  • Shyam Sankar - Palantir Technologies
  • Stephen Cohen - Palantir Technologies

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INSIGHTS

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