Tableau is opening another office abroad.
The Seattle-based maker of visualization software is setting up shop in Vancouver, B.C., marking the 14th office across 10 countries for the 13-year-old company.
“Vancouver is a vibrant, diverse city with a talented workforce and growing technology presence,” Tableau co-founder and Vancouver native Chris Stolte said in a statement. “We’re searching for people who share our passion to help people see and understand data to join our growing team in Canada.”
Tableau, which employs 2,400 employees worldwide, will work out of a temporary office at 885 West Georgia Street as it searches for a permanent location. The Vancouver hub will be home to Tableau employees in engineering, operations, sales and marketing.
It’s been a busy year for Tableau, which announced a huge lease for a new office building in Seattle’s Fremont neighborhood earlier this year with room for as many as 1,300 employees and inked a lease for more space in Kirkland. The company opened a Shanghai office in August.
Tableau also made its first acquisition ever in August, swooping up Infoactive, a 3-year-old startup based out of Montreal that turns data into infographics, and released its first standalone mobile app earlier this month.
Tableau reported $149.9 million in revenue for the most recent quarter, beating Wall Street’s expectations with a 65 percent increase over the same period last year as the company added 3,000 new customers. Tableau’s stock is up about 20 percent over the past year.
The company currently has 1,200 employees in the Seattle area, spread across six buildings in Fremont and one in Kirkland.