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ServiceNow, Inc. provides cloud-based services to automate enterprise information technology (IT) operations worldwide. Its services include a suite of applications built on its proprietary platform that automates workflow and integrates related business processes. The companys IT infrastructure library applications include Incident Management for restoring a failed service to an operational state; Problem Management for resolving service outages or issues affecting various users; Change Management that manages the proposal and approval process for changes to be made to the IT infrastructure; Release Management, which assigns, manages, and monitors the various tasks; Configuration Management Database, an inventory repository; Service Catalog; Knowledge Management for storing and displaying knowledge articles or documents; Service Portfolio Management; and Service Level Agreement Management to monitor and manage the progress by IT staff on assigned tasks. Its IT applications also include Project and Portfolio Management for tracking and managing projects; IT Cost Management to track staff work time, project-related expenses, and labor costs; IT Asset Management to track financial elements; IT Governance Risk and Compliance; Software Development Lifecycle Management; Discovery, which discovers and maps operational dependencies; and Runbook Automation to execute routine and repeatable projects. In addition, the company provides custom applications; professional services, including customer guidance on implementation, and comprehensive integration and implementation projects; and customer support. The company, formerly known as Service-now.com, was founded in 2004 and is headquartered in San Diego, California with additional offices located in San Jose, California; New York, New York; Kirkland, Washington; Downers Grove, Illinois; Atlanta, Georgia; and Tysons Corner, Virginia, as well as in the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Denmark, the Netherlands, and Australia.
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|Raimo Lenschow||Barclays||Buy||May 23, '14||52.53||May 23, '15||11.04%|
|Brent Thill||UBS||Buy||Apr 24, '14||49.88||70.00||Apr 24, '15||16.94%|
|Kirk Materne||Evercore Partners||Buy||Apr 04, '14||52.32||68.00||Apr 04, '15||11.49%|
|Brent Thill||UBS||Buy||Jan 30, '14||65.61||69.00||Jan 30, '15||5.17%|
|Raimo Lenschow||Barclays||Buy||Jan 10, '14||59.38||65.00||Jan 10, '15||9.46%|
|Shebly Seyrafi||FBN Securities||Buy||Oct 25, '13||56.69||65.00||Oct 25, '14||14.66%|
|Rob Owens||Pacific Crest Securities||Buy||Oct 24, '13||58.37||60.00||Oct 24, '14||2.79%|
|Thomas Ernst||Deutsche Bank Securities||Buy||Oct 24, '13||58.37||60.00||Oct 24, '14||2.79%|
|Raimo Lenschow||Barclays||Buy||Oct 07, '13||53.25||60.00||Oct 07, '14||12.68%|
|Brent Thill||UBS||Buy||Oct 03, '13||52.15||62.00||Oct 03, '14||18.89%|
|Adam Holt||Morgan Stanley||Buy||Sep 18, '13||51.22||Sep 18, '14||13.88%|
|Raimo Lenschow||Barclays||Buy||Jul 11, '13||44.43||50.00||Jul 11, '14||29.42%|
|Abhey Lamba||Mizuho Securities USA||Buy||Apr 24, '13||37.62||45.00||Apr 24, '14||41.07%|
|Raimo Lenschow||Barclays||Buy||Mar 26, '13||36.14||41.00||Mar 26, '14||63.84%|
|Shebly Seyrafi||FBN Securities||Buy||Mar 20, '13||34.76||Mar 20, '14||94.02%|
|Thomas Ernst||Deutsche Bank Securities||Buy||Mar 17, '13||35.63||41.00||Mar 17, '14||85.74%|
|Walter Pritchard||Citi||Buy||Mar 10, '13||37.00||43.00||Mar 10, '14||81.46%|
|Thomas Ernst||Deutsche Bank Securities||Buy||Feb 26, '13||31.25||41.00||Feb 26, '14||120.03%|
|Jeff Gaggin||JG Capital||Buy||Jan 30, '13||28.97||38.00||Jan 30, '14||98.83%|
|Raimo Lenschow||Barclays||Buy||Jan 06, '13||27.36||36.00||Jan 06, '14||101.68%|