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UXC Keystone gains highest partner status with ServiceNow

20 Apr 15

UXC Keystone is officially the first ServiceNow partner in the Asia Pacific region to gain Master Solution Partner status, which is the highest level in the ServiceNow Solutions Partner Program.

UXC Keystone, the enterprise service management solutions provider, says it earned the Master Solutions Partner level because of its continued investment in staff training and certification.

Additionally, UXC Keystone says it consistently delivers quality implementations, as evidenced by the ServiceNow independent measurement of the company’s high customer satisfaction levels. 

“Having a Master partner in APJ is a significant milestone in region,” says Charles Woodall, ServiceNow head of Service Providers and Integrators in Asia Pacific and Japan.

“This achievement acknowledges the reciprocal investment and ongoing commitment between ServiceNow and it’s partners.

“The future success of all partners is based on their ability to widen the ServiceNow footprint across all areas of the business,” says Woodall.

Dion Williams, UXC Keystone CEO, says, “This new partner level is the result of UXC Keystone having been a focused partner of ServiceNow since 2007.

“The business is built around the ServiceNow technology, so this important milestone acknowledges UXC Keystone’s depth of capability and commitment to ServiceNow in the local market.

“UXC Keystone is one of very few organisations globally to have achieved Master Solutions Partner status with ServiceNow.” 

As UXC Keystone continues to work with ServiceNow, the organisation says it will focus on developing custom applications on the ServiceNow platform and on helping customers to leverage the new functionality of the latest release of ServiceNow. 

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