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Question Time: GenAI for Customer Experiences | ServiceNow

Yes, generative AI is a BIG deal. Brian Solis, head of global innovation at ServiceNow, shares how every organization is going to have to reimagine their business for an AI-first world. Plus, get some practical examples of how AI can improve the customer experience (like giving people what they want before they even know they want it!). Take Brian’s advice and allow your curiosity to run wild — reply in the comments with creative ways you plan to use #GenAI.

Question Time: GenAI for Developing on the Now Platform | ServiceNow

Sometimes you have to see it to believe it. That was the case for Tom Freeman, a self-proclaimed generative AI skeptic and director of technical marketing here at ServiceNow. Tom sits down to answer questions about how genAI will impact developing on the Now Platform, the value of our large language model, and what’s coming next in this space. See it to believe it.

Question Time: GenAI for IT | ServiceNow

The consensus is in: Generative AI is a game-changer. Rajeev Sethi, VP of digital technology and emerging technologies at ServiceNow, discusses how genAI can improve KPIs across the business from employee satisfaction to mean time to resolution (MTTR). Now, we turn the question to you — what are some ways your workplace is using generative AI?

Question Time: GenAI and the Future of Work | ServiceNow

AI isn’t new to ServiceNow — we’ve been innovating in the space for nearly a decade. ServiceNow’s Chief Transformation Officer Kelley Steven-Waiss shares how generative AI will help employees focus on the work that matters most, get the right insights, and take the right actions. Watch until the end for her personal favorite way to use Now Assist. Now it's your turn in the hot seat — Have you discovered any innovative uses of AI at work? Drop your knowledge in the comments.

9 customer experience predictions for 2024

ServiceNow is excited to peer into the future of customer experience (CX) to see what’s in store. Customer operations and service delivery have undergone significant disruptions in recent years. The year ahead promises to be no different. The continuing need to deliver a frictionless customer journey, a renewed focus on improving the agent experience, and the meteoric rise of generative AI (GenAI) are some of the many reasons why CX is poised for transformation.

ServiceOps: Revolutionizing decision-making for dynamic business

Business moves fast. As organizations push to constantly transform and stay ahead of competition, they must consider how they’ll support ever-growing internal- and external-facing demands in every aspect of their business operations. To innovate and change at such a demanding pace, and meet customer expectations, IT service management and operations teams must come out of their silos to converge into service operations (ServiceOps).

Modernizing ITSM with ITIL 4: Unifying ITSM and ITOM functions

The best practices and principles of the IT Infrastructure Library (ITIL) 4 show IT service management (ITSM) service providers the importance of building a strong infrastructure that creates business value, adapts to change, tracks capabilities, and embraces automation. Without collaboration between ITSM service providers and different functions of the enterprise, however, the benefits of ITIL 4 best practices are minimized.