ServiceNow Updates Partner Program
January 18, 2023
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ServiceNow announced a major partner program transformation to further partner growth and customer success.

The multi‑year vision is designed to support the $500 billion market opportunity for the Now Platform and associated partner services with a redesign of the company’s partner program that includes a new Partner Development Fund among other incentives and benefits.

ServiceNow’s expansive partner ecosystem is critical to helping joint customers realize the full value of the Now Platform. To help partners meet this demand, ServiceNow is investing in new initiatives to facilitate and expand partners’ expertise, differentiate their skills, and maximize their unique contributions.

“The vision for ServiceNow partners is that they should be treated as co‑creators of value, and as co‑pilots on our journey to becoming the platform for digital business,” said Erica Volini, SVP of alliances and channel ecosystem at ServiceNow. “Our reimagined Partner Program creates unbounded opportunity for partners to expand and collaborate with ServiceNow well beyond where we can go alone. We are investing in partner success, championing their expertise, and giving them flexibility to drive exponential value with our platform.”

Full details of the new ServiceNow Partner Program were announced today and include:

- More flexibility to create value: ServiceNow is creating four new, distinct modules in which partners can choose to participate: Build, Consulting & Implementation, Resale, and Service Provider. Through these modules, partners will be able to better align with the unique roles and routes‑to‑market within the ServiceNow ecosystem.

- New incentives to enable partner growth: ServiceNow is unveiling new partner incentives to maximize their investments and foster additional opportunities to demonstrate expertise and capabilities. All qualifying partners will now have access to a new Partner Development Fund, a co‑funded investment program, as well as simplified discounts and rebates that will help to speed up growth and profitability.

- Transforming the partner experience: ServiceNow is rolling out an updated partner experience and benefits tied to different partner modules and the unique contributions partners bring to the ecosystem. Key experience enhancements include: an improved partner portal making it easier for partners to work directly with ServiceNow, and an improved “partner finder” enabling customers to find the right partner to best suit their business needs by region, industry, or domain expertise.

The new ServiceNow Partner Program will be available for all partners beginning March 6, 2023.

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