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PHOTO GALLERY: More than 18,000 attend ServiceNow Knowledge18

11 May 2018

ServiceNow Knowledge18 took place this week in Las Vegas over four days amidst much fanfare with more than 18,000 people in attendance. 

The event is reportedly the 'world's largest gathering of professionals sharing their digital transformation journeys' and we've been onsite throughout the week to catch all the latest insights. 

ServiceNow asserts that 85 percent of the sessions have been customer-led with a number of keynote sesssions (including a touching hour long brain picking of company founder Fred Luddy) and more than 300 breakout sessions and 120 hands-on labs.

Here's some photos from the event to get an idea for yourself.

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