ServiceNow announced the opening of ServiceNow’s new Innovation Centre, a digital incubation hub for Indian enterprises to model, demonstrate and stress-test digital roadmaps – such as GenAI, hyperautomation and low code apps - to deliver a better experience for customers and employees.
The Innovation Centre – located in Knowledge City, Hyderabad - has nine purpose-built rooms to help companies build custom digital blueprints to scale their business strategies. The hub will also host on-demand training sessions with academia, customers and partners who’ve committed to skilling Indian citizens.
At the opening ceremony, Jayesh Ranjan, IAS, Principal Secretary, Government of Telangana, said, “The ServiceNow Innovation Centre in Hyderabad represents their commitment to augment the way Indian enterprises operate and build digital expertise. This investment not only brings opportunities to the state and its people but also furthers Hyderabad's reputation as a leading technology hub. We’re proud to be part of ServiceNow's growth vision and look forward to witnessing the emergence of world-class innovations that will shape the digital landscape and elevate India's global digital competitiveness.”
“ServiceNow is transforming the way India enterprises build digital businesses, to deliver better ways to work”, said Kamolika Gupta Peres, Vice President & Managing Director, ServiceNow Indian Sub-Continent. “Establishing an Innovation Centre in Hyderabad, enables our customers to have conversations directly with our engineers at ServiceNow’s largest development centre outside of the USA, and integrate emerging technologies customised to their business strategies to best meet their needs.”
ServiceNow’s India Development Centre, located in Hyderabad, is a major contributor to the company’s global biannual product development cycle.
Indian enterprises are embracing ServiceNow solutions to help address some of their productivity challenges and build robust digital businesses. Today in India, ServiceNow serves:
All top ten technology providers
Most of the top five banks
And since launching two local data centres in 2022, ServiceNow is growing fast among the public sector
ServiceNow’s global RiseUp program has partnered with ten academic and government institutions in India over the past ten months, committing to train 5,500+ students to build digital skills in this first intake. The program is looking to add more educational partners and train even more people.
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