Sept 14 (Reuters) - Thoughtworks Holding Inc, a software
consultancy company backed by Germany's Siemens AG,
said on Tuesday it priced its initial public offering (IPO)
above the target range of $18-$20 apiece to raise about $774
The company said it sold 16.4 million shares at $21.00 per
share. Other investors, including funds advised by Apax
Partners, also sold about 20.4 million shares.
With its previously targeted price range, Thoughtworks had
aimed for a valuation of about $6.10 billion.
The 28-year-old firm has clients such as Canadian wireless
carrier Telus Corp, U.S. supermarket chain Kroger Co
and payments company PayPal Holdings Inc.
The company filed the paperwork with regulators under the
name Turing Holding Corp, but is planning to change it to
Thoughtworks Holding Inc before the completion of the IPO
(Reporting by Shubham Kalia in Bengaluru; editing by