From Thomas Edison in 1882 to Evan Spiegel in 2017, tech leaders at the New York Stock Exchange have always been at the forefront of their industry. While companies like yours are on the front lines innovating and shaping the future of business in communities around the world, our role is behind the scenes.
We fuel your vision by providing access to capital, services and global market information that helps you navigate life as a public company. Year after year, we’re the place today’s tech leaders come to share their visions with the world - we’re the place where technology rings true.
4 Reasons Tech Chooses NYSE
The technology industry is known to be volatile, which makes the NYSE market model particularly valuable. Through the support of a Designated Market Maker, who personally participates in the trading of your stock, our market model lowers your stock’s volatility and increases liquidity. On the first day of trading for tech IPOs, volatility is up to 60% lower on the NYSE. During critical events like at lockup release, it’s up to 44% lower.
60% of tech IPO proceeds since 2010 have been raised at NYSE, where today’s biggest tech leaders list. Our tech network includes Altice, Snap, MuleSoft, Twilio, Yelp, Square, Line, GoDaddy, Box and Oracle.
Whether it’s Square ringing the NYSE Bell at their IPO, Go Daddy sharing their story with the world through the 30 +networks broadcasting live from the trading floor and syndication to countless others, or a Pure Storage campaign getting increased exposure through our social channels, we offer our companies global visibility with real business results.
Being a public company offers increased access to the capital you need to continue innovating and growing, while also placing new demands on your company. We’ve worked closely with the management teams at NYSE-listed companies to understand their needs and develop efficient solutions that address the challenges of growing public businesses.
What Our Listed Companies Are Saying
NYSE Technology Insights
Gigamon recently rang the New York Stock Exchange's famed closing bell in celebration of the unveiling of their call-to-arms for companies around the world. The NYSE spoke with Gigamon's CEO, Paul Hooper, about their mission and his thoughts on the current and future state of network security.
In March 2016 in San Francisco, Pure Storage Inc. (NYSE: PSTG) held its first customer conference, Pure Accelerate 2016. A splashy affair held on one of the city’s picturesque wharves, complete with food trucks and a classic gaming arcade, it not only offered certifications and training, but also celebrated Pure’s developments in enterprise-level flash storage.
By combining two technology-consulting giants, DXC is on a mission to transform businesses and build value in the digital age. To support clients, the 170,000-employee firm has a network of global delivery and data centers offering a suite of IT services and resources.
Executives and guests of Cision Ltd. (NYSE:CISN) visit the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) to celebrate their transfer following the business combination between Capitol Acquisition Corp. III & Cision. To mark the occasion Chief Executive Officer of Cision, Kevin Akeroyd, rang the Opening Bell.