Kevin Haverty

Kevin Haverty

Chief Revenue Officer

“We focus on the success of our customers. We work hard to solve critical business issues for them. Every customer is important.”

Kevin is ServiceNow’s Chief Revenue Officer; prior to that he served as Executive Vice President, Worldwide Sales (and other senior positions) from 2011–2020. Before that he served in leadership roles at EMC, Data Domain, Thomson Financial, and Brocade. Kevin has been on the Board of Directors for Drift since 2018.


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