Upland Software (UPLD) falls 1.61% for January 14

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Upland Software Inc (NASDAQ: UPLD) shares fell 1.61%, or $0.33 per share, to close Friday at $20.21. After opening the day at $20.27, shares of Upland Software fluctuated between $20.72 and $19.59. 338,250 shares traded hands a decrease from their 30 day average of 472,389. Friday's activity brought Upland Software’s market cap to $616,942,525.

Upland Software is headquartered in Austin, Texas..

About Upland Software Inc

Upland Software is a leader in cloud-based tools for digital transformation. The Upland Cloud enables thousands of organizations to engage with customers on key digital channels, optimize sales team performance, manage projects and IT costs, and automate critical document workflows. The Upland Cloud is backed by a 100% customer success commitment and the UplandOne platform, which puts customers at the center of everything.

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