Tableau Software made a grand debut on the New York Stock Exchange today.
Shares closed at $50.75 Friday afternoon, up from its opening at $47, and a 64 percent jump from its initial public opening price of $31.
Trading as “DATA,” Tableau raised $254 million in IPO, selling some 8.2 million shares.
The 10-year-old company — which provides data visualization products to more than 10,000 organizations and tens of thousands of people — is the first tech company from Washington state to be publicly traded since Zillow went public in July 2011, according to Geekwire.
The Seattle-based company spun out of Stanford, where co-founder Patrick Hanrahan was a professor.