Todd McElhatton


Todd McElhatton

About Todd McElhatton

As the CFO for SAP Cloud Business Group, Todd McElhatton establishes the financial vision and executes SAP’s cloud business strategy across multiple lines of business globally. Some of his key responsibilities include effective capital allocation, successful integration of acquired companies, forecasting and planning, risk management, optimal asset purchases, and driving efficiencies while developing commercial and pricing strategies to ensure the overall financial health of the Cloud Business Group. Todd is a member of SAP’s Global Finance Leadership Team. Prior to this role, he was the CFO for SAP North America, under the Global Customer Operations Board area, overseeing all financial activities for the United States and Canada while driving business simplifications across the region. Before joining SAP, Todd has held senior finance leadership roles as CFO of VMware’s Hybrid Cloud Business, vice president of Oracle’s Cloud Services, and vice president and CFO for Hewlett Packard Managed Services Business. Todd has over 25 years of experience in finance management, leadership, and business growth and he holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas, and an MBA from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, Tennessee.

tax policy, U.S., business investment, innovation

Tax Savings And The Long-Term Value Of Digital Transformation

14-Jun-2018 | Todd McElhatton

Part 1 of a 2-part series There’s never enough cash to cover all investment options – but here in the U.S., options have recently expanded. At the end of last year, the U.S. Congress passed H.R

Three Ways To Bridge The Finance Talent Gap

15-Feb-2018 | Todd McElhatton

Chances are, when I’m not at my day job or with my family, you can find me at my favorite Bay Area wine shop. Before you judge, let me clarify that I am part owner of this particular shop.

The Metamorphosis Of Finance: What My Journey Has Taught Me

7-Aug-2017 | Todd McElhatton

I was at a finance leadership roundtable recently, with other CFOs. As the evening wrapped up, it occurred to me that we hadn’t talked about finance at all. Instead, our focus was what each of us wa