ServiceNow EMEA Partner Summit awards 2019 and the winner is…


First we had the Golden Globes, then came the Baftas and the Oscars. Then, just to keep the glitz and glamour of award season going strong, ServiceNow hosted its annual partner awards ceremony as part of this year’s ServiceNow EMEA Partner Summit 2019.

Staged in the Catalan capital city of Barcelona, ServiceNow is driving forwards with a renewed effort to create a vibrant and world-class partner ecosystem that enables and accelerates our growth.

ServiceNow’s partners are a diverse and vibrant group of professional organisations who drive digital transformation agenda and valued business outcomes for their clients. From large global systems integrators and strategic outsourcers through to organisations operating in specific industry verticals or solution areas, ServiceNow’s partners share a common thread in terms of their commitment to accelerating customer success and driving the realisation of our customers desired business outcomes.

This year’s ServiceNow EMEA Partner Summit 2019 winners included the following luminaries.

EMEA IT Workflow Partner of the Year: Fujitsu

This award recognises Fujitsu’s commitment to delivering extremely high standards to its customer success charter and digital transformation strategy. In 2018, the company set the benchmark for large-scale training and broad coverage of the ServiceNow portfolio.

EMEA Employee Workflow Partner of the Year: Devoteam

This award recognises the huge impact that Devoteam has made within the Employee Workflow space, creating new, people-focused solutions that enable employees across businesses to communicate, store, share, collaborate and much more.

EMEA Customer Workflow Partner of the Year: Accenture

ServiceNow’s Customer Workflow offerings were the foundation of the biggest EMEA joint wins with Accenture. Accenture’s domain expertise around customer service provided the innovation as ServiceNow customers looked to transform the way they were delivering customer service.

EMEA App Development Platform Partner of the Year: Wrangu

This award recognises Wrangu’s significant contribution in EMEA, achieving the top Annual Contract Value in 2018.

EMEA Service Provider Partner of the Year: Atos

During 2018, Atos expanded its ServiceNow footprint with some flagship accounts and complex, but highly rewarding wins. Its increased technical capabilities in-house and updated ServiceNow outsourced platforms also made the company stand out. Notably, Atos also unveiled a new market offering to deliver secure hybrid cloud, machine learning, and collaboration solutions for the enterprise, all of which are underpinned by the NOW Platform™.

EMEA Accelerated Growth Partner of the Year: Crossfuze

With its innovative Smart Launch services package, Crossfuze UK&ampI grew its business more than six times in 2018, helping to accelerate Commercial and Named account acquisition.

EMEA Digital Transformation Partner of the Year: Deloitte

Deloitte has delivered notable flagship transformation programs across EMEA within IT, employee and customer workflows, with Client Transformation underpinning the company’s ServiceNow practice growth in 2018.

EMEA Industry Solutions Partner of the Year: DXC

This award recognises DXC’s outstanding industry-focused go-to-market strategy and expertise, which drove successful joint business with ServiceNow in EMEA in 2018 across industries such as healthcare, manufacturing and energy.

EMEA Partner of the Year: Accenture

As ServiceNow’s EMEA Partner of the Year for 2018, Accenture holds the top spot in terms of influenced Annual Contract Value and ServiceNow Practice practitioners in EMEA. Its commitment and investment in ServiceNow are anchored on a tightly aligned, joint multi-year business plan that drives innovation and positive business outcomes for mutual clients.

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