Snowflake appoint new Chief Financial Officer

Employment & Skills | South East
New CFO at Snowflake

Snowflake Computing, the data warehouse built for the cloud, today announced that Thomas Tuchscherer has joined Snowflake as Chief Financial Officer (CFO), effective immediately. He is responsible for all aspects of the company’s finance organisation and reports to Snowflake’s Chief Executive Officer, Bob Muglia.

Tuchscherer has worked in the technology industry for nearly 20 years in North America and Europe. Prior to Snowflake, he spent eight years at Talend, serving as CFO since 2012. During his tenure, he led Talend through a successful IPO and helped the company increase revenue 20x. Before Talend, he held senior finance and strategy positions at SAP, Business Objects and Cartesis.

Snowflake CEO, Bob Muglia said: “Thomas is a significant addition to Snowflake’s team. He brings a combination of deep finance experience, strategic thinking and the proven ability to manage growth in the private and public markets. He will be an immense asset to the future of Snowflake. In addition, he is a veteran of the data industry, coming from one of our technology partners, Talend. I am delighted to have him on board to help Snowflake navigate through this phase of rapid growth and global expansion.”

Tuchscherer continued: “It’s an exciting time to join Snowflake. Snowflake has developed a disruptive, cloud-built data warehouse-as-a-service and the company’s number-one value is to ‘put customers first’. Snowflake has a tremendous market opportunity in transforming how companies share data across and beyond their organisations. I look forward to working with the Snowflake team to serve our customers, grow our business and realise our mission of enabling every organisation to be data-driven.”

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