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Visualizing the current state and future state planning on ServiceNow

a webinar in cooperation with ServiceNow

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The gap between business and IT no longer exists in today’s agile world. Enterprises need to keep up with the constantly evolving digital world. And adding an ongoing pandemic to that – Future State Planning is becoming more crucial than ever.

Future State Planning can help you: reduce costs, mitigate risk, improve productivity, and drive innovation in your enterprise.

In this webinar, you will learn about:

  • Future state modeling in Designer, an application by ServiceNow's partner ins-pi
  • Key considerations and objectives of future state modeling
  • The advantage of using data that is updated automatically in real-time
  • How a Future State becomes reality with Designer
  • Managing the lifecycle of a diagram as it progresses through the stages of creation to published
  • Live demonstration of transitioning from Current State to Future State
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Director of Practice Consulting US,



Team Lead Professional Services & Support,

September 29 · 38 Minutes