servicenow inc (NOW) Key Developments
ServiceNow, Inc. Approves Amendment to Bylaws
Dec 10 14
On December 7, 2014, the Board of Directors of ServiceNow, Inc. approved an amendment to the company's Bylaws to adopt a majority vote standard in uncontested director elections.
ServiceNow, Inc. Presents at Barclays Capital Global Technology Conference, Dec-10-2014 10:10 AM
Nov 21 14
ServiceNow, Inc. Presents at Barclays Capital Global Technology Conference, Dec-10-2014 10:10 AM. Venue: Palace Hotel, 2 New Montgomery Street, San Francisco, California, United States. Speakers: Frank Slootman, Chief Executive Officer, President and Director.
ServiceNow Seeks Acquisitions
Nov 19 14
ServiceNow, Inc. (NYSE:NOW) is looking for smailler tuck-ins acquisitions. Dominic Phillips, Senior Director of Finance and Corporate Development of ServiceNow said, we not going to or don't necessarily need to at this point acquire for growth or acquire for operating metrics. What we're really looking for is IP technology and domain expertise and talent. And so that's really what we got out two acquisitions of Mirror42 and Neebula and we'll likely, any sort of M&A that we do going forward will likely be in the similar vein where it's a tuck-in.
ServiceNow, Inc. Presents at BMO Capital Markets 2014 Technology & Digital Media Conference, Dec-09-2014 08:30 AM
Nov 13 14
ServiceNow, Inc. Presents at BMO Capital Markets 2014 Technology & Digital Media Conference, Dec-09-2014 08:30 AM. Venue: Grand Hyatt New York, New York, New York, United States. Speakers: Michael P. Scarpelli, Chief Financial Officer and Principal Accounting Officer.
ServiceNow Announces ServiceNow Express
Nov 5 14
ServiceNow announced ServiceNow Express, a new, easy-to-use, cloud-based IT service management (ITSM) solution. Express offers a highly standardized solution that can be rapidly deployed with process templates and definitions as well as minimum configuration and customization requirements. IT teams often rely on email, spreadsheets and homegrown solutions to manage IT requests, such as resolving device and system issues, resetting passwords, and solving network problems. Without visibility into these requests, IT teams struggle to assign work to the right expert, resolve bottlenecks and provide timely responses to employees. Express offers a better way to run IT, providing administrators a single view of all service requests and enabling them to be more efficient in addressing the work required to fulfill those requests. IT can manage the requests they get from across the business through an easy-to-use interface that runs on any mobile or computing device. With Express, IT teams have a powerful new IT automation solution that provides these key functions: Incident, problem and change automation to speed the assignment and resolution of tickets, fix recurring issues and help IT teams stop managing services with email; asset tracking to replace spreadsheets with a single system of record to see what assets the IT team manages, where assets reside, how they are performing and what issues are tagged to them; visual Task Boards to give IT managers a unique and easy way to assign the team work through a drag-and-drop interface, including changing assignee, adding tasks, resetting priorities and collaborating with the team; One-click reporting on any metric to track performance and demonstrate the value of IT to business leaders. Express is purpose-built to get IT up and running quickly with these elements: Pre-configured workflows and more than 150 report templates speed time to value. IT teams can use the templates to automatically run reports rich with easy-to-read graphs, charts and lists and then send them to a group of users; codeless business rules help administrators define automatic data entry behaviors and assignment rules to track key metrics and ticket routing, such as automatically creating incidents from end-user emails; a quick-start guide and an administration home page designed for time-strapped IT teams to get up and running rapidly with their in-house resources. Express includes enterprise-strength features such as a self-service catalog and knowledge management to automate manual functions and provide self-help and a configuration management database (CMDB) to build a single system of record for IT services and equipment. Express customers are tapping the same ServiceNow cloud and service model as many of the most recognizable brands in the world. Express is available now in the U.S. and Canada. Pricing starts at $50 per user per month with a minimum one-year contract.