Aspire Systems bags orders for IT service automation using ServiceNow

18th August 2015 | By Mouseworld Now Correspondent |

Chennai, August 18, 2015: Aspire Systems, a leading technology services firm, has said that it is well under way with the win of multiple customers across geographies as a registered solution partner of ServiceNow. The company will be providing ServiceNow Implementation, Automation & Customization.

ServiceNow is an enterprise cloud company that transforms IT by automating and managing IT Service relationships across the global enterprise. As a registered partner, Aspire Systems will be responsible for implementation, enhancement, automation, integration and administration of ServiceNow solutions. Aspire has bagged multiple orders across the India, Europe and USA regions.

“IT Service Management is a critical area of focus for enterprises of all sizes; it helps enable increased availability of IT support services while keeping the costs low. Our experience with Fortune 100 and mid-sized companies over the last one year has enabled Aspire to evolve as a strategic implementation partner of ServiceNow where we design customized solutions for companies of all sizes based on their needs”, says Ananth Krishnamoorthy, Head of Infrastructure Services, Aspire Systems.

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