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ServiceNow awards 'Gold' partner status to Enable

24 Oct 17

ServiceNow has awarded Gold Services Partner status to Enable Professional Services, marking the first Australian strategic partner to reach this status.

Enable says the announcement represents a major achievement for the young company, as they compete with some of the world’s biggest Tier 1 IT consulting organisations.

Partners qualify for a Gold program tier by meeting global requirements for their registered business entities, including a minimum of 40 registered implementations, 30 completed implementations and a customer satisfaction rating of at least 8.4.

Enable says their Gold status reflects their commitment to customer outcomes in ServiceNow implementation projects, and to the innovative products on the ServiceNow platform.

Speaking about how his company achieved the Gold status, Bruce Hara, Enable director says, “Our focus from day one has been on customer success and satisfaction, and this focus has driven our success.”

“From a standing start in March 2014, we’ve grown our ServiceNow team to 85+, we’re operating across AJP, and our revenue will reach over A$20 million in FY2017-18. The whole team is enormously proud of this achievement,” he says.

“We’re also excited about what we can offer now we’re an authorised ServiceNow training partner and technology partner.”

Enable specialise in development services and product creation for the ServiceNow platform and has a client and consultant list spanning Melbourne, Sydney, Perth, Brisbane, Canberra, Adelaide, India, Hong Kong and Singapore.

The company has also previously won ServiceNow’s award for global services Partner Excellence in 2016.

David Oakley, ServiceNow managing director for Australia and New Zealand adds, “This is great news for our joint customers, who will benefit from increased training and product certification skills, supporting our customers in their digital transformation journeys.”

The announcement comes as ServiceNow’s NowForum is just about to hit Sydney, where Enable is an event gold sponsor.

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