If we take a trip down memory lane, 1979 was the year that changed the world. Talking about the wretched events that happened during this period, such as the threat of terrorism, global warming, inflation, and the 1979 energy crisis, we still cannot deny that 1979 imparts a lesson for years to come. On the brighter side, 1979 marks the beginning of established economic relations across countries, especially if we talk about the relationship between the United States and China. Hence, this year serves as the turning point for future economic growth, as it paves way for thousands of businesses to thrive. According to the World Economic And Social Survey Archive: 1970-1979, 1979's world economic situation is characterized as a slow-paced economic status. This fact is undeniably true given that this period is accompanied by issues on high rates of price inflation, substantial changes in the pattern of current-account balances, disruption of global oil supply. Although 1979 leaves a dreadful mark on the history books, it's pretty amazing to think that there are businesses established during this period that goes along with the surge of the global and economic issues—like Teradata. Teradata Corporation is an enterprise software provider that delivers data warehousing solutions. Established in 1979, Teradata Corporation was formed through collaboration between Caltech and Citibank's advanced technology group. Today, Teradata Corporation continuously operates in San Diego, California, Atlanta, and San Francisco. Forty-two years later, the events that happened in 1979 truly create an impact on today's social, political, especially economic status. If we come to think about it, companies like Teradata leaps beyond the adversity of time. The company's story proves that everything is possible. As the old tale goes that handling a business is like playing the game of chess, it is safe to say that Teradata is one of the great businesses that we can look up to.
|Logo||Name Sort||Rating Sort||CEO||Pricing Sort||Founded Sort||Revenue Sort||Employees Sort||Location Sort||Reviews Sort||Customers Sort|
|Syndigo Content Experience Hub||Paul Salay||N/A|| 1979|| $69.6 M|| 480+||Chicago|| 2900+ Reviews||N/A|
|Tidal Workload Automation||Rick McNees||N/A|| 1979|| $5 M|| 20+||Chicago|| 1888+ Reviews||N/A|
|Mitrefinch||Matthew Jenkins||N/A|| 1979|| $18.8 M|| 160+|| Newton|| 4560+ Reviews||N/A|
|Teradata||Victor L Lund||$1.83|| 1979|| $2.2 B|| 10,152+|| San Diego|| 2500+ Reviews|| 2.6K +|