Life at Now: Tokyo Team


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In ServiceNow’s fast-growing Tokyo market, Mai, a senior technical trainer for customers, and Yujin, a talent acquisition partner, share how the company’s special culture sets it apart in Japan, and makes their daily work experiences fulfilling, challenging, and fun.

With a strong commitment to ServiceNow’s vision and purpose, the Tokyo team is passionate about their customers’ success and proud of the platform that makes the world of work, work better for people. The culture and values are embraced as the team continues to expand at a rapid pace. 

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Team members are motivated and creative and believe that everything is possible. The work environment offers flexibility and supportive management and celebrates success as a team. 

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