- The EY organization receives recognition for its collaboration in Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA)
The EY organization announces that it has been awarded the 2022 ServiceNow EMEA Partner of the Year award. This award recognizes the strength of the EY alliance with ServiceNow in helping clients transform their enterprise services by understanding their business needs and supporting their digital platform strategies.
The ServiceNow Global Alliances and Channel Ecosystem (ACE) organization recognizes the achievements of best-in-class partners who have contributed to ServiceNow’s growth trajectory by driving successful business outcomes for customers. This year's awards are based on 2021 partner performance in the following key attributes: revenue contribution/growth, product line expansion, workflow and skill competencies growth, and business innovation with associated digital transformation impact.
The 2022 ServiceNow EMEA Partner of the Year award recognizes EY teams’ leading execution in expanding their certification and ServiceNow business as well as a notable commitment and investment in ServiceNow to drive innovation and business value.
“We’re thrilled to receive this acknowledgement of how we’re helping drive successful business outcomes,” said Scott Mason, EY EMEIA ServiceNow Alliance Leader. “Our approach to workflow automation unlocks the potential for organizations to become more dynamic and innovative to drive business performance and growth.”
Tom Velema, EY EMEIA Alliances Leader, says:
“We’re delighted to win these awards. Huge congratulations to our colleagues in EMEA for their work with our joint clients. We’ve recently expanded our alliance with ServiceNow which means we can achieve even more significant, positive change to the way the world works by creating better experiences and evolving how business gets done.”
EY and ServiceNow announced the expansion of their collaboration in December 2021 which includes offering managed services to clients via EY tax teams to help companies be more agile and productive and filling critical roles for delivery and innovation through traditional under-represented communities such as neurodivergent individuals.
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