Nick Tzitzon

Nick Tzitzon, chief strategy officer, ServiceNow

Nick Tzitzon, chief strategy officer, has been a leader at the highest levels of global business and government for more than two decades. Before joining ServiceNow, he served in executive roles for business software market leader SAP SE, Europe’s most valuable technology company. As executive vice president there, he was a member of the company’s global leadership team and senior counsel to CEO Bill McDermott. Nick has served as a management consultant in the areas of strategy, transformation, and public affairs, and he's advised businesses in the healthcare, energy, and public services industries. 


  • ServiceNow is a Fortune 100 Best Place to Work.
    Careers
    ServiceNow is a best place to work: Here’s why
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