Rep Niraj Antani

Officials react to Teradata news: ‘They gave no indication they would leave’

“As the company evaluated its footprint and identified ways to make its decision-making, systems and processes more efficient, it determined that closing its Dayton office and locating its headquarters in San Diego better positions Teradata for the long-term.”

— Teradata statement in its Securities and Exchange Commission filing

RELATED: Teradata moving HQ to San Diego

“Even though we’ve had multiple conversations with the company, they gave no indication they would leave, nor did they ask for our help.”

— Jeff Hoagland, president and CEO of the Dayton Development Coalition

“I will continue to do whatever I can to keep Teradata in Miami Township.” 

— State Rep. Niraj Antani, R-Miami Twp.

“Change is inevitable. While we hate to see a quality neighbor leave the property, the beauty of a well established mixed-use community like Austin Landing is that when change occurs, options for reuse can be implemented to add even greater value to the property.”

— VisCap Development, asset manager of Austin Landing

“I think it gives us an opportunity to locate a company that would love to move into their spot quickly.”

— Montgomery County Commissioner Debbie Lieberman

“I was saddened to learn yesterday that Teradata will be leaving but I was not terribly surprised given the company’s deep roots in California. Hopefully a number of their employees will choose to remain in the Dayton area and I and my colleagues will be looking to facilitate that process.”

— State Sen. Peggy Lehner, R-Kettering

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