ServiceNow Israel employees embrace company values and culture

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May 07, 2021

ServiceNow employees at the Israel development center embrace company values and culture.

Israel is known for pioneering innovative ideas around technology and mobile applications. That’s why it was the perfect place to open a development center for ServiceNow—the only born-in-the-cloud software as a service company with a vision to become the defining enterprise software company for the 21st century. 

We chatted with employees on the tech team at the Israel development center to see why they decided to join and what they think about working at ServiceNow.

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Hidden treasure 

“Before I joined, I’d never heard of ServiceNow, but a friend recommended I apply for an open position,” shares Rom Y., a user experience designer on our mobile design team, who has been with the company just over a year. 

“I started reading about ServiceNow, and the more I read, the more I fell in love with the company—both our values and the opportunity to be part of a team that is building the future of work for companies all around the world.” 

New technologies and products 

ServiceNow is home to a global engineering community that works with different technologies and develops new products to support our customers. “I joined ServiceNow because I wanted to work cross-functionally with teams who have experience in different areas,” shares Noa P., a software engineer. “I’m learning and growing each day—from my peers, learning new technologies, and expanding my horizon.” 

For employees who came on board via acquisitions, ServiceNow has given them the opportunity to grow their technology and scale its impact. “I was one of the first employees of Appsee,” shares Senior Software Engineer Nitzan L.

“Today, at ServiceNow, I’m still working on the same product (big data analytics), but now we’re integrated into the ServiceNow platform, which allows us to scale our product with significantly more analytics data and across more customers” he explains. “ServiceNow has also given me a better work-life balance with more resources at hand. I’m no longer the only one who needs to get up in the middle of the night to check the servers.”

Doron Y., a software engineer manager, was working for AI startup Loom Systems when it was acquired by ServiceNow. “Initially, I was apprehensive as you hear of so many large organizations run with bureaucracy and hierarchy, but ServiceNow isn’t like that,” he says. 

“It has given our business an endless supply of people and resources to fulfill our dreams and take our product to the next level. Usually when a startup is acquired by a big company, it’s common for people to leave after a year. We’ve seen the majority of our team stay with the company, which goes to show how much everyone loves working here.” 

"I started reading about ServiceNow and the more I read, the more I fell in love with the company--both our values and the opportunity to be part of a team that is building the future of work for companies all around the world." Rom Y., staff mobile UX designer, Israel


The cultural differentiator 

What makes ServiceNow different from other technology companies in the marketplace? “For me, it’s the culture and the values of the company,” shares Sapir K., a software engineer. At the heart of ServiceNow’s culture is its commitment to embrace diversity and create belonging.

“ServiceNow puts a lot of emphasis on it, and I think it’s beautiful. Recently, my team participated in a workshop, which gave me so much more confidence to work with people from different countries and cultures around the world. When I share this story with my peers at other companies, they can’t believe ServiceNow puts so much focus on this. I think that’s what makes ServiceNow so special.” 

Belonging is all about creating a culture of trust where our people feel safe bringing their authentic selves to work. “As a single gay dad, it is important for me to feel safe and open in the workplace,” shares Rom. “I never have to hide any side of myself at work because here, it feels like you’re working with your family. This is something I’ve always been looking for, and I’m so glad I’ve found it at ServiceNow.”  

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