Data analytics software maker Alteryx Inc. (NYSE: AYX) in Irvine has scheduled its annual shareholder meeting for May 20 and said the session may have to be virtual, depending on the development of the coronavirus pandemic.
Alteryx CEO Dean Stoecker said in his invitation to shareholders the company is sensitive to their health and travel concerns, and to public health recommendations. For now, the meeting is scheduled for the Palm Conference Center facilities at Park Place in Irvine, near Alteryx headquarters.
The meeting could be moved or include limitations on attendees, Stoecker said, adding another possibility is to hold it “solely by means of remote communication.” The invitation was contained in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission that was posted on the company’s website.
Other OC public companies are beginning to decide between live and virtual meetings as their annual gatherings are set. Irvine-based home builder and developer TRI Pointe Group Inc. (NYSE: TPH) said this week its April 22 shareholders meeting will be virtual.
Alteryx shares rose 8.6% to about $97 dollars and $6.3 billion market cap.
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