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Fruition Partners Announces Platinum Sponsorship of Knowledge 14

Only Exclusively Dedicated Master Solutions Partner of ServiceNow Will Feature Their Differentiated Solutions and Products

CHICAGO, IL -- (Marketwired) -- 04/23/14 -- Fruition Partners, the leading provider of technology-enabled solutions for the service management sector, today announced it is a platinum sponsor of the ServiceNow® Knowledge14® conference, the largest gathering of IT professionals using cloud services for enterprise IT service automation. The conference will be held April 27th - May 1st at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. Fruition Partners will be in booth 307.

Fruition Partners will showcase its expertise in service relationship management and custom application development for conference attendees with a number of interactive and informative activities throughout the conference and in their booth. Click here for Fruition Partners' complete list of activities.

Key highlights include:

  • Multiple in-booth product demos including the new My Service Portalapplication, an engagement management tool built on ServiceNow exclusively for Fruition Partners clients.
  • Two expo theatre presentations including our Test Automation tool to enable efficient code testing within ServiceNow.
  • "Ask a FruHQ", our in-booth support team of ServiceNow experts. Click here to book time now.
  • FruGames, Knowledge's favorite game, built on ServiceNow. Stop by the booth to play for a chance to win a weekend getaway for two, while building your knowledge and your network.
  • Fruition Partners' Top Picks of the conference breakout sessions. Click here to see the list.
  • "Escape to Alcatraz", Fruition Partners, Blazent and Cognizant welcome 350 VIPs to an evening of history, networking and good fun on Alcatraz Island (by invitation only).
  • "One-Pub Crawl", a Fruition Partners event co-sponsored by Blazent, forcurrent and future customers at "The Living Room" in the W Hotel on Tuesday night at 9pm.

"Fruition Partners is excited to once again be a Platinum sponsor of Knowledge14®," said Patrick Stonelake, Founder and Chief Growth Officer at Fruition Partners. "We are committed to helping our partners and clients realize the potential of cloud services for enterprise IT service automation. This conference is a unique opportunity to share our expertise with ServiceNow customers at all stages of their service automation journey. In our 7th year as a sponsor of this unique annual symposium, we bring deep and broad ServiceNow expertise with a passion for this technology that is unequalled. Stop by our booth #307 to see why."

With over 6,000 registered attendees, Knowledge14 is a learning and networking experience for all service-centric IT professionals and the most valuable event of the year for the service-oriented enterprise. With more than 90 percent of sessions delivered by ServiceNow customers, it is the best way for IT professionals of all levels to learn from their peers and share their experience in implementing and expanding ServiceNow within their IT organization and across the enterprise. Register for Knowledge. During the conference, follow it on the ServiceNow Community and Twitter #Know14.

About Fruition Partners
Fruition Partners is a technology-enabled services firm focused on elevating Service Management to the cloud. The company combines practical experience with technology-enabled tools and services to help organizations attain sustainable success throughout the entire Service Management process. With more than 400 ServiceNow implementations to its credit, Fruition Partners is a Master Solutions Partner of the leading enterprise IT cloud company. Fruition's depth of experience and team of more than 200 cloud-integration experts, accelerate service management to the cloud and ensure clients experience the cost and performance benefits quickly and easily. Named one of America's fastest-growing private companies on the Inc. 500|5000 list debuting at #480, Fruition Partners is a trusted partner to some of the world's most respected organizations including Target, General Electric (GE), Delphi, Fox and Tulane University. For more information on Fruition Partners visit http://www.fruitionpartners.com, follow the company on Twitter @FruitionPartner or call toll free 1-888-604-0055.

ServiceNow and Knowledge are registered trademarks of ServiceNow.

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Fruition Partners
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