Event Date: October 26, 2016
Hosted By: ServiceNow
Location: Wasington, DC
The Federal NowForum is just around the corner! Don’t miss your chance to experience amazing keynotes, real-world customer case studies, and the opportunity to network with hundreds of service management professional, luminaries, and thought leaders.
WHY COME TO THE FEDERAL NOWFORUM?
You’ll get the opportunity to:
Listen to Michael Hubbard, Global Vice President, Inspire Program at ServiceNow, share his unique perspective on the future of service management
Watch a fascinating panel discussion featuring some of the most notable government agencies share how they view the current and future state of service delivery in the Public Sector
Hear case studies on how FCC, NASA, and the National Cancer Institute used service management to transform their organizations
Discover the latest service management solutions and trends during sessions at the event
Network with 20+ sponsors and exhibitors showcasing exciting new ways to use ServiceNow
And you won’t want to miss the keynote presentation, Drive the Service Revolution with Bob Osborn, Chief Technology Officer, Federal at ServiceNow, and learn how to change the way people work.
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