SEATTLE, Wash., July 19, 2018 - Tableau Software (NYSE: DATA), the leading analytics platform, today announced that it has appointed Damon Fletcher as Chief Financial Officer. Damon has served as Tableau’s interim CFO since February 2018 and been with the company since January 2014. During his tenure at Tableau, Damon has helped architect the transition to subscription and has been instrumental in structuring enterprise license agreements to help the company expand customer relationships at scale. With nearly two decades of experience in finance and public accounting, Damon brings discipline, vision, and a proven passion for Tableau to the role.
“Over the last few months, Damon has proved without a doubt that he is the right person for the job of CFO,” said Adam Selipsky, Chief Executive Officer at Tableau. “We are pleased and excited to be able to fill this role from within the Tableau family and look forward to Damon’s continued expertise and leadership at the company.”
Since joining Tableau in January 2014, Damon has held various roles, most recently, as our Senior Vice President of Finance. In that role, he oversaw all of finance, as well as global real estate and deal operations, and investor relations. Prior to joining Tableau, Damon worked as a certified public accountant with PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP from September 2002 to January 2014, working with some of the fastest growing public companies in the world. He holds a Master of Accounting degree from the University of Florida and a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of North Florida.
“Tableau has remarkable products that have revolutionized the way organizations leverage their data to make decisions,” said Fletcher. “Given the rapid growth in data and the continued expansion of the analytics market, I’m thrilled for the opportunity to lead our high-performing employees at Tableau to help all of our customers see and understand data.”
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