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ECC Announces Partnership with ServiceNow

SYDNEY NSW, AUSTRALIA, 30 APRIL 2019: EnterpriseCreativeCloud (ECC) is delighted to announce its partnership with ServiceNow, an industry-leading cloud platform that transforms manual or outdated ways of working, into modern digital workflows.

Ross Peacock Director of Digital Products, Services and Cloud Solutions said, “this is a great opportunity for ECC to align itself with a best-practice cloud product, which has proven platform capabilities.”

ECC’s digital service offerings combined with the ServiceNow cloud platform provides clients with a full suite of solutions from strategy and architecture through to resolution and product deployment.

“ServiceNow aligns with our clients’ digital strategy, as it provides them with an integrated service offering and returns considerable time and cost savings.

“We are simply providing more options for our clients to achieve ROI; we have partnered with the fastest growing cloud company in the market to deliver the highest technology value to our customers.”

Ross added “we’re able to reimagine every process as a digital workflow — boost productivity, supercharge apps with predictive intelligence and extend workflow apps.

“Designed for ISVs, system integrators and solution partners, this two-tiered global program provides a rich set of tools and resources that only a very few partners have access to. We are very excited for the future as we continue to exceed our customer expectations in ServiceNow development.”

Kane Parker Director of Customer Experience said, “clients can be assured that we’ll be using best practice ServiceNow tools and resources to develop solutions that will decrease user-complexity and ongoing costs, with minimal down time.”

ECC co-designs and co-creates the right digital solutions with public and private clients across Australia, using a range of enterprise solutions and industry certified products.

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