The software developer reported earnings of 5 cents a share for the second quarter, beating the Capital IQ Consensus Estimate of a loss of -4 cents by 9 cents. Revenue grew 81.8% from the year-ago quarter to $90.7 million. Analysts expected revenue of $79.7 million for the quarter.
"We continued our momentum in the second quarter with over 80% revenue growth," president and CEO Christian Chabot said in a statement. "With the new Tableau 8.2 release, we brought Tableau to the Mac and enabled our customers to tell stories with data in a new way."