ServiceNow has opened its first datacenter in the Republic of Korea, with the goal of accelerating digital transformation in the region. This will allow ServiceNow to provide APAC customers with the platform and solutions that grow productivity and improve the employee experience.
With Korean companies still adjusting to the 52-hour work week that President Moon Jae-in enacted in July 2019, the need to automate routine tasks is more important than ever. By opening the cloud-based datacenter, ServiceNow can provide Korean companies with the platform and solutions that help improve productivity and deliver a better employee experience.
The newly opened datacenter will make it possible for companies in Korea to access the cloud-based Now Platform® and our innovative suite of workflow solutions. Mitch Young, ServiceNow’s senior vice president, APJ said, “The opening of the datacenter reflects the importance and growth potential of Korea and the entire APAC region. We will continue to support Korean corporate customers so they can better experience ServiceNow's platform and solutions.”
“For companies embarking on their digital transformation journey, ServiceNow aims to support their efforts by delivering digital workflows that create great experiences and unlock productivity,” said Young. “This is a great opportunity to help Korean businesses make work, work better for their people.”
A representative from LG CNS, one of ServiceNow’s first customers in the region, said, "Based on solid cooperation with global partners like ServiceNow, we will provide more reliable, cloud-based, innovative services to Korean companies."
With a commitment to investment and growth in Korea, ServiceNow will enable Korean companies of all sizes across various industries to accelerate their digital transformation initiatives and achieve lasting business success.
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