A #NowForum Paris Day in Tweets

It is now a tradition! In October every year, ServiceNow’s aficionados gather in Europe’s major cities to get the latest news & developments around ServiceNow. The NowForum Series kicked off yesterday in Paris and we were a proud partner and sponsor of this event. Reflecting ServiceNow platform capabilities, this year’s theme was “Everything-as-a-Service” and the least we can say is that we were very excited to be part of it (even if it’s only two-third obvious)


There was almost as much activity on Twitter as on stage, with a good bunch of partners and ServiceNow reps live-tweeting the event… and we couldn’t resist but tease another sponsor with a rather similar booth design.

On top of sharing the latest developments of the ServiceNow platform, Dave Wright, COO at ServiceNow shared some insights into the productivity drain caused by inefficient tools such as emails and spreadsheets. A drain that could be stopped by enabling Everything-as-a-Service…

…and it’s IT role to lead this enterprise transformation.

Main presentations were followed by breakout sessions dedicated to customer success stories. Among them, two Fruition Partners customers: Editions Lefebvre Sarrut and Servair.

But the day wasn’t really complete until we had a chance of gathering with our technology partners ServiceNow, Okta, CipherCloud and Numerify for a picture

In a week, NowForum will settle in Frankfurt and we’re really looking forward to being there too. If you’re not registered yet, don’t wait any longer and join us.

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Stève is Marketing & Communications Manager, Europe at Fruition Partners (ex-Aspediens). Described as customer (and pixel) obsessed by his colleagues, he uses his experience in both traditional and digital marketing to polish all things related to Marketing at Fruition Partners Europe. His main motto is “Learn something new every day, in any field”, a mindset that made him embrace and enjoy the ServiceNow and Service Management world since he joined the company.
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