Podcast: ServiceNow FY22 Q2 Earnings: Longer Sales Cycles Put Pressure on Q4

ServiceNow’s Q2 subscription revenue came in at $1.658B, representing 25% growth Year-over-Year.  However, RPO (Remaining Performance Obligations) came up short of expectations primarily due to longer sales cycles and FX headwinds.

ServiceNow closed 54 transactions in the quarter with over $1M in new Annual Contract Value (ACV).  ServiceNow now has 1,463 customers paying them over $1M per year, with the average annual spend among that group coming in at $3.9M.  They also surpassed 100 customers that are paying over $10M per year.  This increased customer spend can be directly attributed to the success expanding customer footprints – in Q2, 16 of the top 20 deals contained five or more products.

In this podcast, our ServiceNow Practice Leader, Adam Mansfield, discusses what customers should expect from ServiceNow over the course of the upcoming year as they work towards pulling in deals that may have slipped out and getting more products adopted as part of year-end renewals.   He also shares how customers can leverage ServiceNow’s clear goals during their upcoming ServiceNow negotiations and renewals.

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