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Tableau Software (NYSE: DATA) today announced it has opened a French office in Paris. Edouard Beaucourt, recently appointed Country Manager for France, French Speaking Switzerland and North Africa, will lead the Paris office. Tableau opened its first EMEA office in the United Kingdom in 2010 and continues to expand in the region, most recently opening an office in Frankfurt, Germany.
Tableau had tremendous international expansion in 2014. The company reached more than 5,000 customer accounts in the EMEA region in 2014 and more than doubled its headcount to almost 200 employees. Customers based in France include banking firm BNP Paribas, French Red Cross and fifty-five, a French agency specializing in data and analytics for marketing.
“The French speaking market is critical to our European expansion”, said Beaucourt. “Customers located in France represent the third largest number of customer accounts in the EMEA region, behind Great Britain and Germany.”
Beaucourt joined Tableau in 2013 as Enterprise Sales Manager. Previously he was a Territory Sales Manager, Business Analytics for IBM and also worked in sales at Clarity Systems, Microsoft and Hyperion Solutions.
The Paris office is located at Paris Madeleine, 19 Boulevard Malesherbes. Tableau is actively recruiting for sales, pre-sales, marketing and operations positions. Open positions can be found at http://careers.tableau.com/.
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