Santa Clara, California / Bangalore, India / Dubai, UAE, May 04, 2017 - Trianz, a leading global digital transformation consulting and technology imperatives firm, is a Gold Sponsor at Knowledge17, ServiceNow’s flagship user conference. To be held between May 7 and 11, 2017 at Orange County Convention Center, Orlando (Florida), Knowledge17 will host more than 13,000 experts and service management professionals from the ServiceNow community who are driving various digital transformation initiatives.

This year, the event will focus on enhancing customer service, HR operations, security management, automated business applications, and end-to-end IT transformation. Trianz, a ServiceNow Bronze Services Partner, will present two informative sessions at Knowledge17.

Speaking on the Gold sponsorship, Ira Horowitz, Vice President – Client Relationships at Trianz, said, “Knowledge17 is a powerful platform which will empower participants with information on how efficiently they can manage their IT resources and using ServiceNow hybrid architectures. We are leveraging the ServiceNow ecosystem to support multiple business applications on the cloud and helping our clients modernize customer service, generate new revenue streams, and gain maximum value from their ServiceNow implementations.”

"We have developed client-centric cloud imperatives in close collaboration with ServiceNow, and are certain that Knowledge17 will help showcase our ability to accelerate delivery to the diverse business models of our clients and create new business outcomes," KC Sreeram, Vice President – ITSM Services at Trianz, said in a statement.

Trianz will also introduce its new relationship as a fulfilment partner for cloud services delivery in association with The National Association of State Purchase Officers (NASPO) ValuePoint. This enables Trianz to provide effective cloud services and imperatives to government bodies, higher education and state schools.

Trianz will be at Booth # 203, and invites guests to meet its team of experts at the conference.