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On the company’s recent Q3 earnings call, Salesforce leadership subtly but unmistakably positioned superstar Slack as the ServiceNow slayer.
In reading the material put out by ServiceNow & Celonis, my sense is that the companies are wisely giving customers a set of options.
Snowflake CEO Frank Slootman’s comments during a recent earnings call revealed just how deeply data science & the cloud impact human life.
In 2 years since Bill McDermott took over as CEO, the market cap for ServiceNow has doubled—doubled!—in a savagely competitive marketplace.
As much as I respect Bill McDermott, his recent stereotyping of Oracle and SAP as digital dinosaurs is both incorrect and misleading.
Salesforce co-founder Parker Harris indirectly called out ServiceNow last week, in describing Slack as “human workflow.”
As things in every industry are changing incredibly fast, all leaders can learn from the outlook McDermott cultivates inside ServiceNow.
To truly understand the ServiceNow phenomenon, the best place to start is inside the relentlessly quotable mind of CEO Bill McDermott.
ServiceNow has jumped two spots on the weekly Cloud Wars Top 10 rankings to the #7 slot, knocking IBM down to #9.
On this Cloud Wars Live podcast and as part of the CEO Cloud Outlook 2021 series, I speak with ServiceNow CEO Bill McDermott.
ServiceNow CEO Bill McDermott says his company is uniquely positioned to help its customers reimagine their business models and move faster.
An in-depth analysis of how Bill McDermott plans to quickly drive ServiceNow from $4 billion in annual revenue to $10 billion.
The three vendors whose cloud revenue is growing most rapidly are Google at 44.8%, Oracle 33% (estimated), and Microsoft 31%.
Why I feel that Bill McDermott and ServiceNow could deliver meaningful impact and value to much-larger vendors SAP, Salesforce, and Oracle.
Thomas Saueressig, SAP executive board member, shares the differences between SAP’s CX model and Salesforce’s traditional CRM.
Market-cap madness: the market cap of ServiceNow rose to $101 billion while that of its new AI partner IBM slumped to $104.5 billion.
ServiceNow has a $90-billion market cap, which is about exactly half of world-class enterprise-software companies SAP and Oracle.
In contrast with Salesforce, ServiceNow and IBM, Larry Ellison and Oracle have all but banished “platform” from their public presentations.
In this time of rampant disruption, change, and digital-everything, Bill McDermott and ServiceNow are promising to give businesses the gift of speed.