Caption: Frank Slootman, ServiceNow Chief Executive Officer (pictured In Center), Visits The New York Stock Exchange Trading Floor To View The Company's Stock Opening. (Credit: NYSE Euronext Photo)

Calif.-based ServiceNow, a leading provider of cloud-based services that automate enterprise IT operations, visited the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) to celebrate the company’s initial public offering. ServiceNow began trading today on the NYSE under the ticker symbol “NOW”. Knight Capital Americas, LP is the designated market maker (DMM) for the company’s stock.
Caption: Frank Slootman, ServiceNow Chief Executive Officer, and Fred Luddy, Chief Product Officer,  ...

Caption: Frank Slootman, ServiceNow Chief Executive Officer, and Fred Luddy, Chief Product Officer, joined by members of the company's management team, rings the NYSE Opening Bell to commemorate the initial public offering. (Credit: NYSE Euronext photo)

Frank Slootman, ServiceNow Chief Executive Officer, and Fred Luddy, Chief Product Officer, joined by members of the company’s management team, rang today’s NYSE Opening Bell.

ServiceNow (NYSE: NOW)

ServiceNow is a leading provider of cloud-based services that automate enterprise IT operations. We focus on transforming enterprise IT by automating and standardizing business processes and consolidating IT across the global enterprise. Organizations deploy our service to create a single system of record for enterprise IT, lower operational costs and enhance efficiency. Additionally, our customers use our extensible platform to build custom applications for automating activities unique to their business requirements. For more information visit http://www.servicenow.com.

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