| ServiceNow Deepens Executive Bench to Accelerate Next Stage of Growth
ServiceNow Deepens Executive Bench to Accelerate Next Stage of Growth
Proven Team Brings Deep Private and Public Company Experience to Building Fast-Growth Businesses
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SAN DIEGO — Oct. 17, 2011 — ServiceNow, the creators of SaaS for IT, today announced the addition of three proven industry executives to its leadership team.
Reporting to ServiceNow Chief Executive Officer Frank Slootman are Michael Scarpelli, chief financial officer, Dan McGee, senior vice president of development and customer support, and David Schneider, senior vice president of worldwide sales and services.
"As ServiceNow enters the next phase of its growth and industry
leadership, these executives bring an outstanding depth of experience to
our team," said Frank Slootman, ServiceNow CEO. "Mike, Dan and David
understand how to build fast-growing companies, and bring strong track
records of success in their respective areas. Each will play a key role
in helping take ServiceNow to our next level of maturity."
The three seasoned executives join ServiceNow from EMC. Prior
to EMC, Mike, Dan and David served as an integral part of the Data
Domain management team, reporting to Frank Slootman. During their tenure
at Data Domain, the company experienced tremendous growth and grew to a
billion-dollar corporation. The company achieved a successful IPO in
June 2007, and was later acquired by EMC in July 2009.
These additions to senior leadership at ServiceNow support
the company's aggressive growth driven by continuous product innovation
and customer focus. Under Fred Luddy's leadership as founder and chief
product officer, ServiceNow will continue to evolve its product strategy
and maintain its customer-centric approach. Built from the ground up,
ServiceNow's world-class cloud solution enables the largest, most
innovative enterprise IT organizations in the world to automate and
optimize their IT environments.
Continuing to set the bar as the leader in IT management from
the cloud, ServiceNow also recently announced the opening of its
Silicon Valley development center in San Jose, Calif. The new facility
marks the debut of ServiceNow in Silicon Valley and represents the first
opportunity for top San Francisco Bay area talent in cloud development
to join one of the fastest-growing, privately held companies in the
ServiceNow was created to break all the old rules of enterprise IT management software. Born in the cloud, ServiceNow makes IT immediate, social and intuitive. From the beginning, the company set out to give IT people powerfully simple cloud services that just work. Today, the world's most recognizable and innovative companies rely on SaaS from ServiceNow to transform IT. Founded in 2004, ServiceNow was recently named by Inc. 500 as one of the fastest-growing companies in the world and is the undisputed market share leader in SaaS for IT. For more information, please visithttp://www.service-now.com or http://blog.service-now.com.