ServiceNow, Inc. (NYSE:NOW) was founded in 2003, formerly known as Service-now.com, and changed to its current name in May 2012. It is headquartered in Santa Clara, California, and has 7,661 full-time employees. It is a PaaS (platform -as-a-service) company, providing enterprise service management software.
ServiceNow, Inc. (NOW):
ServiceNow is a cloud computing platform business software company that provides automated enterprise IT technology. Its services include application suites built on its platform to automate workflow and integrate related business processes. ServiceNow mainly serves customers in the United States.
ServiceNow, Inc. (NOW) History:
- In 2003, former Peregrine Systems and Remedy Corporation (subsidiary of BMC Software, Inc.) CTO Fred Luddy founded the company;
- On June 28, 2004, Glidesoft, Inc was established in California;
- On February 16, 2006, Glidesoft, Inc. changed its name to Service-now.com;
- On February 16, 2012, ServiceNow was established in Delaware;
- On June 29, 2012, ServiceNow IPO landed on the NYSE with an issue price of US$18;
- On July 9, 2013, ServiceNow acquired Mirror 42;
- On April 3, 2014, KPMG announced the opening of Global ServiceNow Enterprise Service Management Innovation Center;
- On July 9, 2014, ServiceNow acquired an Israeli company—Neebula Systems for USD 100 million;
- On September 23, 2014, BMC Software, Inc. sued ServiceNow for patent infringement;
- In 2017, ServiceNow acquired the people-oriented design company Telepathy in San Diego, which was founded in 2001; this acquisition doubled the size of ServiceNow.