Talend Reviews, Pricing, and Ratings

Learn about Talend’s data integration service for businesses. Includes info on Talend, free trials, pricing, customer reviews, and FAQs.

Updated on April 22nd, 2019

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Talend is a data integration platform for businesses. Talend's solutions include cloud API services, master data management and big data integration. Businesses can use Talend to efficiently manage data integration.

Talend Pricing:

Plan Name


Talend Open Source


Stitch Data Loader


Stitch Data Loader (paid edition)

$100.00 - $1,000.00

Talend Cloud Data Integration

$1,170.00 per user per month

Talend Cloud Data Integration (paid annually)

$12,000.00 per user per year

Talend Data Fabric

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Talend Reviews
Talend Review:

Pros: Easy to use interface and great integration capabilities.

Cons: Can be a little complicated if you don't have Java knowledge.

Bottomline: Fantastic platform to facilitate efficient data integration.

Talend News & Activity:


News or Activity

January 7, 2018

Talend Cited as a Strong Performer in New Strategic iPaaS and Hybrid Integration Platform Report from Premier Analyst Firm

Talend Key Information:


Bertrand Diard and Fabrice Bonan

Year Founded



Redwood City, California


Mike Tuchen


1 (650) 539 3200


800 Bridge Parkway, Suite 200, Redwood City, California 94065, USA



Talend FAQs:

What is Talend's price range?

Talend's pricing ranges from $100.00 to $1,170.00 per user per month. If you want the Talend Data Fabric plan, you can contact Talend here to get a quote.

Is there a Talend free trial?

A free 14-day trial of the Stitch Data Loader is available here. A free 30-day trial of the Talend Cloud Data Integration is available here. You will need to furnish some personal and business details. No credit card is required.

Where can I find the Talend login?

You can go to www.talend.com and find the “Cloud Login” at the top right corner of the homepage.

What are some Talend alternatives?

Reviews of Talend:



gregn610 - news.ycombinator.com

Talend makes my teeth grind. I don't understand why an ETL tool uses a strongly typed language for a foundation. The number of fun productive hours I've spent swapping chars to varchars, int to decimal & vice versa. In 2017 computers can read a registration plate from a blurry photograph and spot a criminal in a stadium, but a user puts apostrophe in a CSV file and schmoo leaks everywhere.

JPKab - news.ycombinator.com

Talend lost me when they started making you pay for their software. Not because I'm opposed to paying for software, but because Talend isn't that good. If I want to use paid software, I want it to be super refined and usable. Talend feels very open source.

Varkiil - news.ycombinator.com

Currently working with Talend, it's pretty good and saved me a lot of time.