FORTUNE -- Tableau Software today increased the price range of its pending IPO to between $28 and $30 per share, meaning that it could raise upwards of $216 million when it prices tomorrow night. It had originally planned to price at between $23 and $26 per share.
And no one is happier about the bump than venture capital firm New Enterprise Associates, which stands to generate a 20x return on its investment.
NEA originally invested $5 million into the Seattle-based data visualization company nine years ago at just 47 cents per share. It pumped in another $10 million in 2008 at $2.29 per share.
Then, in 2010, NEA and Meritech Capital Partners launched a tender offer for at around $5.90 per share. NEA purchased another $14.2 million worth of Tableau stock, while Meritech invested $17.8 million.
If Tableau (DATA) prices at $30 per share, NEA's aggregate investment of $29.2 million would be worth around $588 million -- which is around a 20x return. Most of that would be on paper since NEA only is selling around 5% of its position in the IPO, but it also doesn't include the possibility of Tableau pricing higher and/or experiencing a first-day listing pop on Friday. And if most recent enterprise software IPOs are any guide -- particularly ones led by Goldman Sachs (GS) -- then both bumps are a pretty good bet.
Meritech would experience a 5.6x multiple on its investment at $30 per share, with its $17.8 million investment valued at around $99.4 million. It is not planning to sell any shares in the IPO.
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Tableau Software is planning to go public in 2013, Fortune has learned.
Here's how the story developed: Yesterday an outside spokesman sent over an unsolicited email, in which he said: "Next week—on the heels of yet another record year of earnings and recently announced plans to add 300 new employees—Tableau Software, which is disrupting the analytics world with an application that turn data into beautiful maps and graphs, will announce its plans MOREDan Primack - Feb 22, 2012 4:12 PM ET
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