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ServiceNow hires new A/NZ channel director

ServiceNow hires new A/NZ channel director

Matt Bolton takes on the role

ServiceNow has appointed Matt Bolton as its new A/NZ senior director of alliance and channels. 

Prior to taking on the top post, Bolton spent six years at Qlik as its A/NZ senior director of enterprise sales. He also previously spent more than 12 years at SAP covering various channel management roles. 

“After 6 years alongside Sharryn Napier, and a wonderful group of team mates, customers and partners at Qlik, I have decided to embark on a new adventure at ServiceNow,” Bolton said in a post on LinkedIn. 

“Thanks to David Oakley, David Parsons, Antony and everyone at ServiceNow for providing me with the opportunity and making me feel so welcome. A vibrant, world-class global partner ecosystem is critical to our aggressive growth targets, and I'm excited to be part of the team tasked with building it.”

Bolton fills in the role that was left vacant by Brent Paterson in December last year. 

Recently ServiceNow revealed it was chasing a revenue target of $10 billion with channel partners expected to play a leading role in the software giant’s transformational efforts.

Central to such ambitions will be an overhauled partner strategy designed to drive growth through an expanding ecosystem.

“ServiceNow believes it can become a $10 billion company, creating significant opportunity for our global partner ecosystem to grow with us as we help enable digital transformation for customers worldwide,” said David Parsons, senior vice president of Global Alliances and Channel Ecosystem at ServiceNow.



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