/// Workday Is Looking for Bankers to Help It Go IPO in 2012
Aneel Bhusri The pre-IPO buzz around the cloud-based human resources software company Workday has officially begun. Bloomberg News reported yesterday that Workday has started looking for banks to guide it through the process toward an offering that would raise as much as a half-billion dollars. Among those under consideration are Allen & Co., Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs and J.P. Morgan Chase. Allen is said to have advised Workday on its recent funding round, which closed in October. As exclusively reported by AllThingsD at the time, Workday raised $85 million at an implied valuation of $2 billion . The Series F was led by T.
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Workday Is Looking for Bankers to Help It Go IPO in 2012
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