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Workiva is now a publicly traded company
December 15, 2014

Dear Workiva Customers,

As you may have read, Workiva went public on the New York Stock Exchange recently under the ticker symbol “WK.”

This is a very exciting milestone for our company, but we wouldn’t be here today without the support of our more than 2,100 enterprise customers who use Wdesk every day. We know that you have important jobs to do, whether it is compliance, risk, management or sustainability reporting, and we are honored that you trust Wdesk to address complex business reporting through ease and control for better real-time decision-making.

We are very proud of our product platform, but we recognize and understand that a company is only as successful as the customers it serves. This IPO was achieved because of your continued trust, passion, and commitment in our technology, and for that we thank you. We value your support and believe that when you succeed, we succeed.

On Friday, we celebrated becoming a public company, but we will not rest on our laurels. Today we are back hard at work in helping you accomplish and exceed your goals—because that’s what we do best.

Thank you for being part of the Workiva community, and we look forward to continuing the journey ahead together.

Best,

Matt Rizai
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

Matt Rizai
Former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Workiva

About the Author

Matt Rizai is the former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer at Workiva, and the former Chairman and CEO at Engineering Animation, Inc.

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