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Coupa Software set to kick start what could be busier fourth quarter for IPOs

SILICON VALLEY — Coupa Software this week hopes to continue the momentum set by Twilio, Talend and Nutanix — three Bay Area tech companies whose stocks have soared since they went public in the past four months. The San Mateo business expense management software company is expected to price an offering on Wednesday and begin trading on Nasdaq as COUP on Thursday. It hopes to raise up to $123 million.
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