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#ServiceNowCustomerList: 2019 New Global Lists of ServiceNow Customers

July 17, 2019 10:43 am Published by

#ServiceNowCustomerList. Global Software Lists has delivered a newly researched and GDPR compliant (Europe only) Global customer List for ServiceNow customers.

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Our technology lists cover many Software and Hardware technologies Globally (please note some technologies will only be available in certain regions and countries).

Our Global lists include Software Applications (i.e. ERP, FINANCE, CRM, HR, HCM, SCM, EAM, PRC, BW, Cloud etc.), Hardware Products (i.e. PCs, Notebooks, Servers, Mainframes etc.), Networking Products, Storage Solutions, Operating Systems and Database Applications.

Global Software Leads also provides contact lists regardless of installed technology based upon the Job Title or Job Area/Function and Job Level (i.e. Seniority).

All our lists are delivered with full Company details including Full Company Name, Address, Telephone, Fax, URL, Industry, Employees, Financials, Parent, Technology Installed and Contact details including Job Title, Email address (GDPR compliant in Europe) and direct telephone where available.

ServiceNow delivers digital workflows that create great experiences and unlock productivity for employees and the enterprise. ServiceNow simplify the complexity of work on a single, enterprise cloud platform.

ServiceNow, Inc. is an American cloud computing company with its headquarters in Santa Clara, California. ServiceNow is listed on the New York Stock Exchange and is a constituent of the Russell 1000 Index.

A breakdown of our Global ServiceNow Customer lists can be seen below segmented by companies, Contacts and Emails by region.

Table 1: ServiceNow Customers by Region

If you would like to see further breakdowns of our ServiceNow Customers by Job Role, Geography, Industry, Employees and Sales Revenues please let us know by emailing us at



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