|By Business Wire||
|June 30, 2014 08:04 AM EDT||
1E, the global leader in IT efficiency software, today announced it has received certification of its integration with ServiceNow. Certification by ServiceNow signifies that 1E’s Shopping has successfully completed a set of defined tests focused on integration interoperability, security and performance.
The certification also ensures best practices are utilized in the design and implementation of Shopping’s integration with ServiceNow. (http://www.servicenow.com/partners/certified-integration-partners/1e-shopping.html)
Shopping is the app store for the enterprise that combines the on-demand user experience of consumer devices with the control, integration and automation needs of corporate IT. It enables users to get the software and services they need, when they need them, and in the way they now expect, through a simple, modern interface. At the same time, Shopping gives businesses back control of their IT infrastructure delivering unparalleled usability, speed, scale, control and value.
The integration between 1E Shopping and ServiceNow Incident Management enables ServiceNow, as the single system of record, to track the requests, approval, and delivery of applications by Shopping, giving clear audit trails of all requests within ServiceNow.
“We are delighted that Shopping now integrates with ServiceNow. The two systems work together to provide the self-service app store experience of Shopping along with ServiceNow as the single system of record for all service requests,” says Sumir Karayi CEO of 1E.
1E is changing the world of IT and empowering organizations to run IT for less. Its suite of disruptive IT operations management tools saves billions, solves problems and simplifies the management of large, complex IT environments – in record time. Designed with a singular focus to help drive down costs, 1E’s solutions include tools for IT asset management, Windows systems management and BYOPC.
1E’s solutions have helped more than 1,700 organizations in 42 countries save a total of $2.5 billion in IT costs and created heroes out of countless IT executives who have delivered proven value to their organizations since deployment. For more information, please visit: www.1e.com
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