Teradata, the platform for enterprise analytics, announced that it has appointed Claire Bramley as Chief Financial Officer, effective June 14, 2021. Bramley succeeds Mark Culhane, who will be stepping down as CFO on June 13, 2021. To ensure a smooth transition, Culhane will continue to be employed until June 30, 2021. As CFO, Claire will be a member of the Executive Leadership Team, responsible for leading Teradata’s financial organization, information technology, analytics and security, enterprise risk, and enterprise strategic sourcing.
Bramley brings extensive senior leadership experience in corporate finance and accounting roles, as well as deep knowledge of the technology industry. She had a nearly 15-year career at HP Inc., most recently serving as Global Controller, where she was responsible for financial controls and compliance, external reporting, and coordinating directly with the company’s Audit Committee. Additionally, she headed HP’s finance strategy and transformation efforts and oversaw corporate financial planning and analysis.
Previously, Bramley served in numerous roles of increasing responsibility within HP’s finance function, including Head of Finance for Europe, Middle East and Africa. Bramley was also Vice President, Corporate Financial Planning and Analysis at HP, where she supported all business units that, collectively, exceeded $100 billion in revenue, and led the annual budget and monthly forecast process.
Prior to HP, Bramley served as acting CFO, Finance Controller and Head of Financial Analysis and Reporting at SSP Group PLC.