ServiceNow (NOW) is teaming up with Accenture to consult with clients on AI, and with NVIDIA to make the digital improvements.
ServiceNow’s (NOW) partnership with NVIDIA will take IT and customer service software to a new level.
ServiceNow (NOW) continues to deliver splendid results in a weak software environment, as profits grew 56% last qtr with sales up 20%.
ServiceNow (NOW) impressed investors with its last qtr earnings report. And with the stock’s recent decline, we think its a bargain.
ServiceNow (NOW) continues to bring in $1 million deals — and even $10 million deals — as large Enterprise organizations evolve.
ServiceNow (NOW) closed 52 $1 million dollar deals last qtr deals, 41% more than last year, as the company isn’t seeing a slowdown.
Servicenow (NOW) proved its software business continues to be in high demand post-COVID as it continues to land big clients.
ServiceNow (NOW), the king of customer service software, continues to grow 30%-plus per year. Why is the stock down?
Software company ServiceNow (NOW) is rolling in government business, with 9 customers doing more than $10 million a year.
Servicenow (NOW), the King of customer service software, is hot as employees work from home. But the stock is overvalued.
Servicenow’s (NOW) software is what government agencies need to get through these busy Coronavirus times.
ServiceNow (NOW) is the brains behind many of the large customer service platforms — including government agencies.
ServiceNow’s (NOW) CEO has a goal to grow from $2 billion in sales in 2017 to $15 billion. Here’s what I think that could do for the stock.