Our leadership team brings depth of business, technical, and executive expertise. These individuals share a passion for delivering unmatched service and the commitment to conduct business with all of our clients, partners, and employees with the highest ethical code.
As Managing Partner at hyperCision, Sharon Newton sets corporate vision and strategy, operates as Chief Culture Officer, advances SAP and SuccessFactors Learning Management Systems (LMS) thought leadership, and is heavily involved with the consultant hiring and selection process. She brings extensive leadership experience gained from consulting management and hands-on implementations of SAP HCM solutions and the SAP Learning Solution.
Prior to hyperCision, Sharon served as the National Hiring Manager for SAP America, managing the consulting hiring strategy for the Midwest region and the centralized hiring process across all regions. During her time with SAP America, she also enjoyed the roles of Human Capital Management Practice Manager for the Americas; Platinum Consultant with expertise in the SAP Learning Solution, Performance Management and Organizational Management; and Curriculum Product Manager for US-based HCM learning content at SAP University.
Sharon holds a Masters in Industrial Relations degree from the University of Minnesota and a Bachelor of Science (BS) degree in Psychology, English Literature, and Italian from the University of Illinois. Sharon is currently an SAP Mentor and is the co-author of the SAP Press book on SAP Enterprise Learning.
As Partner overseeing Development Services at hyperCision, Todd brings over 25 years of experience in the software industry, product ideation and strategy, solution architecture, and technical leadership across government and commercial industries. Todd has lead program-level efforts in larger-scale healthcare wellness and medical management implementations and guided the development of software solutions (both on-Premise and SaaS) in both HR and Healthcare.
Todd earned his Bachelor of Science (BS) from Carnegie Mellon University and his Masters in Artificial Intelligence from the University of Stirling.