Having posted $3 billion in revenue for the past 12 months, ServiceNow is banking on some powerful new mobile applications plus a deep new partnership with industry leader Microsoft to trigger its next phase of growth. While CEO John Donahoe cited a number of factors for the company’s sustained performance, I was most interested in
Microsoft is pulling away from Amazon on a new front in the Cloud Wars. The #1 cloud vendor in the world is doing so by forging strategic customer-centric alliances with other top cloud providers, notably SAP and Oracle and also earlier this week with high-flying ServiceNow. To be sure, Amazon has long been a preferred
With a market cap of $50 billion and annual revenue likely to be well over $3 billion, ServiceNow has blown past niche status as it fuses digital workflows with great experiences for employees and customers. And ServiceNow has accomplished all that while avoiding head-on competition with major enterprise-software players such as SAP, Oracle and Microsoft.
Here’s my conversation with ServiceNow Chief Innovation Officer Dave Wright, the latest episode of “Cloud Wars Top 10 Executive Insights.” As the tech companies in our Cloud Wars Top 10 rankings drive transformation not just in individual corporations but also in entire global industries, it’s essential for business executives to understand the strategic intentions of each
With subscription revenue up 40% and a record-high market cap almost as large as General Motors’, digital-workflow leader ServiceNow is preparing to release a new employee-experience SaaS product that CEO John Donahoe says will become a “killer mobile app.” During ServiceNow’s recent Q1 earnings call, Donahoe spoke about the forthcoming release named “New York.” “New