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SDI’s Larry Tan Service Desk Manager reports in from ServiceNow’s annual conference:
Knowledge 2019 did not disappoint. This year’s conference broke a record attendance of 20K customers and partners. If you are familiar with the ServiceNow product then you’ve most likely heard people call it SNOW. Speaking of snow, I was fortunate that my new company sent me to this year’s conference to learn new skills, information and ServiceNow’s strategy and roadmap and get away from Chicago’s cold and crazy weather!
I’ve been using ServiceNow for 5 years and have participated in several upgrades and re-implementations. I’m excited about the latest release, Madrid, and future releases. ServiceNow continues to focus on customer experience, agent experience, and simplicity. Their goal is to make life easier in the workplace. Sounds too good to be true right?
I’ve created a Developer Madrid instance to test and learn about the new features. Here are a few of my favorite:
Overall, I’m impressed with how robust the software has become and their focus of taking work to the next level. Looking forward to meeting more reps and building more relationships.
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Larry Tan is an Information Technology Manager with 20 years of experience managing IT Operations. He received his master’s degree in Information Systems from DePaul University. Larry joined the SDI Team as a Service Desk Manager for our IT Managed Services Project.