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ServiceNow Global Accessibility Boss Eamon McErlean Talks Digital Inclusion, Learning From Disabled People, More In New Interview
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Jan 11, 2023,12:34pm EST|
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ServiceNow embraces disability inclusion vis-a-vis accessibility as part of its broader DEI efforts. … [+]
Bay Area-based ServiceNow has a grandiose promise on the front page of its website: it’s actually possible for companies big and small to satisfy both shareholders and customers. The company, founded in 2004, develops a cloud computing platform designed to help manage digital workflows in the enterprise.
ServiceNow put together a little video in which employees try to describe what they do. Cloud computing, like accessibility, oftentimes feels somewhat nebulous.
Like its contemporary in Salesforce, whose own efforts in the disability inclusion space have been well-chronicled in this space over the last many months, ServiceNow may be well-known in its particular circle [...]
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