Chris Knepper

Chris Knepper, Senior Director, ACE, Global Microsoft Alliance, ServiceNow

Chris Knepper joined ServiceNow in January 2020 to lead the global alliance with Microsoft in the alliances & channel ecosystem (ACE) organization. Prior to ServiceNow, he led the global alliance with Microsoft at DXC and CSC, establishing DXC as one of the top global system integrator partners with Microsoft globally. Chris holds a BS in Computer Science from Stanford University and resides in the San Francisco Bay Area.


  • Hybrid work: A woman sits at a conference table looking at her team as individual squares on a computer monitor.
    Employee Experience
    Navigating the new challenges of hybrid work
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Featured

  • Our journey to net zero by 2030
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    ServiceNow commits to net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2030
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