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ServiceNow and Microsoft extend partnership for highly regulated industries in France

ServiceNow and Microsoft extend partnership for highly regulated industries in France

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ServiceNow has announced the Now Platform and SaaS solutions will be available on Microsoft Azure Regions in France for highly regulated industries, starting in January 2021.

Government and highly regulated customers will be able to leverage ServiceNow on Azure to accelerate their Digital Transformation, while assisting French customer data residency needs.

“The pandemic is accelerating the move to the cloud for many French organisations in highly regulated markets, as they recognise the power and flexibility of cloud native SaaS solutions, like ServiceNow, in transforming their business. Together, ServiceNow and Microsoft will help our enterprise and government customers accelerate their Digital Transformation, creating great experiences and unlocking productivity. ServiceNow’s one architecture, one data model and born‑in‑the‑cloud platform, hosted on Azure, will support French customer data residency needs and help enterprise and government customers gain the business agility and resilience needed to navigate the COVID economy,” said Bruno Buffenoir, ServiceNow’s Area Vice President, France.

“Our partnership with ServiceNow creates a great opportunity for French organisations in highly regulated markets to embrace Digital Transformation,” said Agnès Van de Walle, One Commercial Partner Director at Microsoft, France. “This powerful partnership provides compliance, security and agility. There’s never been a more important time to optimise the strength of this integration.”

ServiceNow’s solutions help to better connect employees and customers with workflows. ServiceNow is enabling seamless delivery of critical digital services while assisting French customer’s data hosting in territory, especially requested by government, healthcare and financial service organisations.

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