Shares of ServiceNow Inc (NYSE: NOW) rose 4.16% on Tuesday.
At 12:09:06 est, ServiceNow is currently sitting at $ 519.43 and up $ 20.67 so far.
ServiceNow has moved 14.20% over the past 30 days and moved YTD by 23.35% based on the previous day’s closing.
The company is set to release earnings on 2022-04-27.
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About ServiceNow Inc.
ServiceNow, Inc. provides of enterprise information technology (IT) management software. The Company designs, manufactures, and manufactures prepacked computer software, cloud services, and IT service management platforms. ServiceNow serves customers throughout the United States.
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