SANTA CLARA, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–ServiceNow (NYSE: NOW), the leading digital workflow company making the world better for everyone, today announced new solutions to help digitize the toughest productivity challenges in the field of work now. The latest capabilities – Automated service suggestions, Service Request Playbook, and Workplace Scenario Planning – are built on the ServiceNow platform and accelerate the automation of complex, often offline processes for businesses and government agencies, helping to improve service operations as well as customer, employee, and developer experiences.
“With macro-economic influences such as inflation and supply chain disruptions continuing to affect the market, leaders are adopting a digital-first approach,” said Mickey North Rizza, group vice president at IDC. “More than ever, it’s becoming important for companies to provide employees and customers with trusted products that create seamless experiences that deliver value quickly.”
Coming on the heels of the recent release of the Tokyo Platform, ServiceNow helps customers unlock more value and cost savings with new innovations that drive greater efficiency.
“Our customers’ biggest challenges are our biggest inspirations. CIOs are looking for technology that addresses modern workplace issues to rapidly accelerate value to their organization. At ServiceNow, we strive to roll out new features that address the growing needs of our customers,” said CJ Desai, chief operating officer at ServiceNow. “Only the ServiceNow platform has the flexibility and extensibility to work with any type of organization, anywhere, to remove complexity from day-to-day operations.”
Automatic service suggestions
Stable service operation starts with a technical blueprint. Organizations need to quickly map IT business services and application usage to the technology components that make them up. however, IT operators and service mapping analysts often struggle to develop and maintain service maps due to overly manual processes, changing environments, and a lack of enterprise-wide visibility.
Automatic service suggestions – available through Service Mapping Plus – use machine learning to automatically analyze an organization’s network traffic and suggest entry points for business-critical services. IT departments can now create a high-fidelity service map of infrastructure and middleware with a few simple clicks, saving valuable time and money, while building a more accurate mapping across the business , arming organizations with the service-related insights they need to make decisions and respond quickly to emergent IT events. For example, if an organization’s email servers have an outage, service mapping will allow IT teams to quickly identify other systems and applications that power those servers so that teams can shrink and solve the problem easily.
Service Request Playbook for the Public Sector
Governments are working to better respond to incoming service requests (like 311 in the US). Relying on outdated systems and processes creates costly gaps and hinders the developer experience.
Service Request Playbook – built on ServiceNow Public Sector Digital Services – is a prepackaged application purpose-built to digitize and automate the service request process, helping government workers improve efficiency and consistency, while empowering them to monitor the progress of back-office teams . In addition, the public can easily request services and track status anywhere, anytime, and on any device.
Workplace Scenario Planning
Hybrid work models mean that businesses must learn to reconfigure space and manage change for individual employees and entire departments while ensuring that resources – such as heat and electricity – are used responsibly. This is often a manual, complex, and paper-based process for workplace and facility teams.
Workplace Scenario Planning – part of Workplace Service Delivery – helps organizations work more strategically with workspace planning efforts to better manage spend and improve the office experience. Space planners can design, compare, and experiment with different space allocation scenarios using a visual drag and drop interface before deploying changes to an office, therefore o optimize space, save money, and provide a more collaborative and productive office experience.
What customers are saying about ServiceNow’s latest innovations:
The State of South Dakota
“The State of South Dakota continues to innovate with ServiceNow to simplify and streamline service delivery for residents, businesses, and visitors, and our efforts are already paying off,” said Pat Snow, chief technology officer. in the State of South Dakota. “We are pleased to see ServiceNow’s continued commitment to government digital transformation to improve experiences from request to resolution.”
The State of Florida
“From the moment our team began supporting Florida’s response to Hurricane Ian, ServiceNow Public Sector Digital Services has been the foundation for what I truly believe is the fastest and most robust digital response to a natural disaster in history,” said James Grant, chief information officer for the State of Florida. “Standing on missing.fl.gov less than 24 hours after Iandfall to assist in reporting missing persons, building inventory management to support initial deployment of Starlink terminals in response to a natural disaster, and helping identify missing persons found by ingesting and then linking data from every source possible including the launch of safe.fl.gov, the use of AI contact capabilities center for more than 44,000 phone numbers and more than 20,000 unique households, and the ingestion of more than 100,000 locations tagged by urban search and rescue teams in the field are all facilitated by Public Sector Digital Services. After see what’s possible or with the ServiceNow platform in a fully reactive posture, I’m really excited to see what we can do for the Floridians we serve when we can m will return to a proactive posture and continue our mission to transform the delivery of government services by harnessing the power of digital.”
All three innovations and more are now generally available and can be found in the ServiceNow Store.
For more information on these innovations, read more from Jon Sigler, senior vice president of the ServiceNow platform.
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