Philip van der Wilt

Philip van der Wilt joined in 2016 and currently serves as ServiceNow's SVP, GM EMEA. Prior to this, van der Wilt served as the Vice President of Sales/Theater Lead for the EMEA region at Commvault. From 2007 to 2012, he held a number of leadership roles at Data Domain/EMC. From 2005 to 2007, van der Wilt was country manager for the Benelux region, and later for Western Europe and Africa at Drecu, a NetApp company. Van der Wilt holds an MBA from Bradford University, as well as an undergraduate degree in Economics from HEAO.

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    COVID-19
    Early lessons from a crisis
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  • Digital Transformation
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  • Partners
    Accenture and ServiceNow launch global skills training partnership
    08-20-2019
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    ServiceNow welcomes new hires to the family with an onboarding platform that combines all tasks, including cross-functional workflows, and relevant information in a single experience. New hires say the experience—almost fully digital—strongly reflects ServiceNow’s positive culture.

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