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TechCrunch reported "PagerDuty just filed its S-1" on Friday

[] According to the S-1, venture investors currently own about 55 percent of the company Assuming the company’s plans move forward without a hitch, Tejada will join a small but growing list of women CEOs who’ve taken the tech companies they lead public, including Eventbrite’s Julia Hartz, and Stitch Fix CEO Katrina Lake PagerDuty, an 8.5-year-old, San Francisco-based company that sends companies information about their technology, just filed its S-1, a public disclosure about its plans to go public. The company, which helps companies quickly respond to IT incidents, as well as increasingly tries to anticipate them…

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