ServiceNow Recognizes ICF as US Federal Partner of the Year
ServiceNow, a software and cloud computing company, has named global consulting firm ICF as its 2022 Americas U.S. Federal Partner of the Year.
The title is given to companies that show continued success in implementing ServiceNow digital technologies for government customers, ICF said Tuesday.
ServiceNow awarded the title based on ICF’s performance in 2021, evaluating factors such as revenue contribution, product portfolio expansion, technical competency and impact in digital transformation initiatives.
ICF said that it completed more than 250 deployments on the Now Platform in 2021. The Now Platform is an artificial intelligence and analytics-driven tool designed to help organizations automate business processes, according to ServiceNow’s website.
Currently, ICF and ServiceNow are partnering on projects with the departments of Commerce, state and Health and Human Services.
Mark Lee, executive vice president and public sector lead at ICF, said that the ICF’s partnership with ServiceNow enables the delivery of secure low-code solutions to government clients.
ICF said it was also recognized as ServiceNow’s U.S. Federal Partner of the year in 2019. Lee added that ICF and ServiceNow will continue seeking ways to collaborate on the government’s technology requirements.
On its website, ICF said it will serve as a “Platinum” sponsor of the 2022 ServiceNow Federal Forum in Washington, D.C., scheduled for March 10.
Government and industry executives will join the forum to discuss how digital modernization and technology-driven workflows will impact the future of government work, ServiceNow said.
Category: Digital Modernization
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