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ServiceNow enters into a strategic partnership with Google Cloud. The cooperation is intended to expand the cloud footprint of the Now Platform.

ServiceNow states that native support for Google Cloud will be added to its IT Operations Management service, writes ZDNet. “The IT Operations Management integration for ServiceNow’s Google Cloud Platform needs to offer new features in phases,” said ServiceNow. “The initial phase focuses on visibility and is now available. The second phase focuses on deployment-policy and self-service provisioning, including support for Google Deployment Manager,” which should be launched in the summer.

The companies then expected to continue to improve these integrations as part of the joint roadmaps and to expand into the areas of cloud cost reporting, optimization and governance.


ServiceNow has also announced to implement significant changes in its strategy for the global partner ecosystem. These include new programs for ServiceNow’s global partner community.

“ServiceNow believes it can become a 10 billion dollar company, creating a significant opportunity for our global partner ecosystem to grow with us while helping customers around the world enable digital transformation,” said David Parsons, the SVP of Global Alliances and Channel Ecosystem at ServiceNow.

“The changes that have now been announced, segment our global partner portfolio more intuitively, and distinguish better between the levels of expertise for our partners and customers. We are also implementing a more consistent, proactive and predictable joint go-to-market engagement framework.”


Finally, ServiceNow announces that it has concluded a strategic agreement with Deloitte, in which Deloitte will work as the leading launch partner for ServiceNow’s Finance Operations Management product.

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