ServiceNow may have begun life as a modest SaaS IT service desk, but it has grown into a $30 billion (US) workflow solution company that ranked number one on the 2018 Forbes list of the world’s most innovative companies. Last week it celebrated the opening of its new 4,500 square foot Toronto office.

UDPATE: A spokesperson for ServiceNow has provided ITWC with an update, saying the new space is actually 6,800 square feet.

 


 

Collaborative workspace

Designed to house about 50 people, the office was created to ServiceNow’s specifications by LiquidSpace, which also manages the property. It features collaborative workspaces in several forms. Here’s one – desks that can be used for sitting ….

 


 

Adjustable desk

…Or, with the touch of a button, for standing.

 


 

Meeting space

There are also small meeting rooms complete with speakerphones and screens for use in presentations.

 


 

A cozier option

A pair of banquettes allow teams to work together in comfort.

 


 

Table for one

A couple of single-person lurking spots provide privacy for those who need to concentrate.

 


 

Room with a view

All of the banquettes offer a great view as well as peace and quiet.

 


 

Phone booths

For those really private calls, a couple of phone booth-sized enclosed cubicles fill the bill.

 


 

Training room

The roomy training room allows for larger meetings.

 


 

Feeding the natives

Yes, there are snacks.

 


 

Lounging space

Beside the phone booths, sofas with views of the city – the one on the wall, and the one outside the windows to the left.

 


 

Office portal

Employees can use this portal, built on the Now platform, to book meeting rooms and provide other services to employees.

 


Support agent

For caffeine deprivation or other important situations, a virtual agent offers interactive help.

 


A tasty grand finale



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Lynn Greiner
Lynn Greiner has been interpreting tech for businesses for over 20 years and has worked in the industry as well as writing about it, giving her a unique perspective into the issues companies face. She has both IT credentials and a business degree.

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