ServiceNow launches digital innovation hub for Singapore firms

ServiceNow has launched a new Innovation Centre, a digital incubation hub for Singapore enterprises to model, demo and stress-test digital roadmaps  such as generative AI, hyperautomation and low code apps, to deliver a better experience for customers and employees.  

Companies can use the innovation centre’s six purpose-built workspaces – located in Suntec Tower Four – to build custom digital blueprints to scale their business strategies and share knowledge and best practices. 

The hub will also host on-demand training sessions with academia, customers and partners who’ve committed to skilling Singapore citizens. 

NTUC LearningHub and ServiceNow have signed an Academic Partnership agreement in a national skills commitment to bring low-code digital courses to more than one thousand individuals in Singapore, through 2024. 

ServiceNow’s low-code citizen developer course will be the first course hosted on NTUC LearningHub and subsidised by SkillsFuture Singapore – a government initiative to make skills more accessible — with intake sessions open now. 

“As NTUC LearningHub is committed to equipping the workforce with job-ready skills to remain relevant and competitive in the digital economy, we are delighted to collaborate with world-class partners like ServiceNow to offer accessible, high-quality, and industry-recognised skills training,” said Jeremy Ong, CEO of NTUC LearningHub.

“The ServiceNow low-code citizen developer course will empower individual workers to acquire skills that are transferrable across job functions and industries,” said Ong. “This will enable them to better value-add, by actively contributing to digital transformation and innovation within their organisations, and even as they transition into new careers.”

ServiceNow training courses are also available to anyone in Singapore who is interested in building a digital career, with more than 600 free courses and 18-job related certification paths. 

Local placements are available with key partners, such as Accenture, Fujitsu, Enable — a Fujitsu company, NCS and Tata Consultancy Services in Singapore.

Singapore remains a key contributor to ServiceNow’s strong regional growth, as the Headquarters for the Region, following inauguration ten years ago. 

ServiceNow has doubled Singapore’s hundreds-strong employee base in the last two years and made dedicated investment into local data centre facilities to support regulated industries. ServiceNow customers include Singapore Airlines, Temasek Polytechnic, GovTech, M1, Scoot and Standard Chartered.