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Happiest Minds Technologies collaborates with ServiceNow to accelerate digital transformation

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Happiest Minds Technologies Limited has joined the ServiceNow® Partner Program to become a Managed Service Partner (MSP) for ServiceNow, with coverage across all its focus geographies for strengthening its IT service offerings. Happiest Minds is accelerating digital transformation with the ServiceNow solution to enable ITSM, ITOM, ITAM, TPSM, HRSM, ITBM, and investments in emerging spaces like GRC, SecOps, Automation and LCAP. 

Happiest Minds has proven experience to provide end-to-end ServiceNow services that includes advisory, consulting, design, implementation and manage by leveraging in-house capabilities, accelerators and frameworks. With its wide domain knowledge on digital transformation for enterprise customers coupled with ServiceNow deep expertise, differentiated offerings and solutions using new-age modules will help connect the customer ecosystem, enable proactive service delivery, and improve the customer experience.

Ram Mohan C, President & CEO, Infrastructure Management & Security Services (IMSS), Happiest Minds Technologies said, “We are delighted to announce our enrollment into the partner program at ServiceNow. This collaboration helps us rapidly scale up our capabilities on a technology that’s core within large enterprise clients globally & offers them a differentiated managed services delivery (MSP) model. Apart from their best-in-class ITSM/ITOM offerings, the newer solutions around GRC and automation are perfectly aligned with Happiest Minds’ focus on emerging technologies. We believe this alliance offers our customers the win-win combination of market-leading technology and Happiest Minds’ proven global delivery capability.”

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