API-led connectivity could be a crucial enabler of business recovery post-COVID, says MuleSoft's Ian Fairclough.
What is Space-Doge up to this week? A man who literally has money to burn.
State of Delaware uses ServiceNow to process 64,000 unemployment claims in the first four weeks of COVID-19
The State of Delaware faced unprecedented pressure to process unemployment claims and administer benefits. It was able to stand up a new ServiceNow instance in a matter of weeks.
Improving the customer experience starts with a transparent, objective view of their needs and how your business measures up to meeting them. Scott Baitos of FinancialForce shares four keys to customer success.
The Colonial Pipeline cyberattack saw an American oil pipeline have to halt operations. ServiceNow and Siemens aim to help energy companies respond more effectively to similar cyberattacks in the future.
Chris Porter, BP’s VP for Talent Acquisition, explains how his company is helping its workforce to embrace the shift to mixed home and office working.
“You can't digitalise a chemical product—but you can provide services around the production of that product that makes you more sustainable, efficient and more intelligent,” says the Wacker Chemie’s CIO
Startup Utmost, which just raised a $21 million funding round, aims to give Workday customers better oversight of their fast-growing extended workforce
CEO Bill McDermott told investors that he wants to double ServiceNow’s revenue by 2024 and triple it in 5 years. Key to this is going to be a fresh verticalization strategy.
The only new normal is going to be constant change. Shiv Gopalan of Unit4 explains why organizations with inflexible business software will struggle, and how mastering change is the key to future success.