ESG Report

Living Out Our Purpose

14 septembre 2022 3 min de lecture

Teradata's ESG Commitment

At Teradata, we are committed to operating a business that takes a responsible view of our impact on society and the planet. Integrating corporate citizenship into every facet of our company’s functioning has been a central element of how we create value. This approach is anchored in our core principles and intrinsically tied to our purpose of transforming businesses and lives through the power of data.

Accordingly, environmental, social, and governance (ESG) considerations guide us in our responsibility to incrementally advance ESG efforts and show progress, including achieving our future ambition of net-zero carbon emissions.

We took several actions last year—as summarized in our ESG report—to demonstrate our commitment to environmental sustainability; being a positive force in the communities in which our employees work and live; and operating ethically throughout all facets of our business. To highlight a few:

Created a Corporate Citizenship Council

We formalized our ESG program with the creation of a Corporate Citizenship Council comprised of senior leaders from functions across the company. As the Chief Legal Officer and Chief Financial Officer, we serve together as executive sponsors and oversee the operation of the council. This cross-functional group collaborates to identify, coordinate, measure, and advance our ESG priorities and objectives. We engage key stakeholders—including employees, investors, analysts, suppliers, customers, and industry experts—who help inform how we conduct our business, soliciting feedback and creating channels for dialogue. Our executive leadership team functions as the steering committee for our ESG strategies and initiatives, and reviews progress quarterly.

Exceeded Our Climate Action Goal

We set a greenhouse gas (GHG) emission reduction target to reduce absolute (Scope 1 and 2) GHG emissions by 37% by 2033 from our 2018 baseline. With closure of our offices during the pandemic, the company’s transition to a fully flexible work environment, ongoing data center consolidation, and additional energy strategies taken together, we were able to reduce Teradata’s absolute GHG emissions by 43%, exceeding the goal by 8% and 12 years ahead of schedule. We also announced a net-zero emissions ambition, which we are developing science-and data-based plans and a timeline to achieve.

Introduced “Together Transforms Us” Culture Initiative

As the world adapts to significant change in how people live and work, we needed to transform our culture at Teradata to support our people in evolving their ways of thinking, assessing, perceiving, and reacting to new challenges—all while placing well-being and DEI principles at the forefront. We conducted a companywide Transformation Readiness Pulse Survey, following which we hosted Culture Transformation Learning Labs to inspire employees to co-create our culture. Based on extensive employee input, we introduced new opportunities to promote work/life balance and positive well-being practices, including Birthday Day Off, Wellness Days, Official “No Meetings” periods, and Summer Fridays.

Teradata is regularly recognized for our efforts in driving sustainability and demonstrating ethical behavior and actively supporting diversity, equity, and inclusion. While recognition is always wonderful to receive, it is not what drives us. Our abiding philosophy is that ESG is a team effort. And we continue to nurture a culture and work environment where everyone can thrive, operate ethically in all business dealings, and create meaningful change in the communities where we live and work. We are also uniquely positioned to have a broader positive impact through the power of data by leveraging our game-changing products to help our customers’ sustainability journeys. Teradata’s commitment to people, our planet, and our communities is outlined in our ESG report.

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Molly Treese
Chief Legal Officer
  Claire Bramley
Chief Financial Officer

À Propos De Claire Bramley

Claire Bramley is Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of Teradata. A member of the company's Executive Leadership Team, she is responsible for leading the functions of finance, information technology, analytics and security, enterprise risk, and operations.

Claire brings a proven track record of leading large-scale fiscal and operational disciplines, driving financial and strategic planning, and proactive risk management. With extensive senior leadership experience and deep acumen in corporate finance and accounting, as well as excellent knowledge of the technology industry, Claire joined Teradata after serving as Global Controller of HP Inc. There 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, Claire served in roles of increasing responsibility within HP’s finance function, including Head of Finance for Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA), where she oversaw the company’s $17 billion EMEA business. Claire was also Vice President, Corporate Financial Planning and Analysis at HP, where she supported all business units that, collectively, exceeded $100 billion in revenue. Prior to HP, she served as Acting CFO, Finance Controller and Head of Financial Analysis and Reporting at SSP Group PLC., a leading operator of food and beverage outlets in travel locations worldwide.

Claire holds a BSc. in Accounting and Financial Management from the University of Loughborough, Loughborough, UK. She is a Certified Public Accountant and Chartered Management Accountant.

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À Propos De Molly Treese

Molly Treese serves as Chief Legal Officer for Teradata, and is a member of the Executive Leadership Team.

As Chief Legal Officer, Molly leads Teradata’s global Law Department, overseeing all legal affairs of the company and guiding its Ethics & Compliance function. She additionally serves as Corporate Secretary, responsible for managing the integrity of Teradata’s governance framework and serving as a liaison to Teradata’s Board of Directors and shareholders.

For more than 20 years, Molly has counseled board and executive leadership on strategic corporate initiatives and transactions, regulatory and compliance matters, corporate governance, and commercial contracting. She has provided expert legal counsel to Teradata prior to, during and after its formation as a public company in 2007. Prior to that, Molly held in-house legal positions of increasing responsibility at NCR. She began her career as an attorney in private practice in Washington, DC and New York City.

Molly earned a law degree from the George Washington University Law School, received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Virginia and is a graduate of the Advanced Management Program of Harvard Business School.

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