Enterprise cloud management platform ServiceNow has rolled out the ServiceNow Store, a new marketplace for service management apps.
The marketplace gives customers access to both free and paid apps and integrations built on top of the ServiceNow cloud platform.
At launch, the store will feature around 80 applications developed by third party ISVs, systems integrators and service providers, with longtime ServiceNow partners Cloud Sherpas and Fruition Partners leading the inaugural wave of applications.
"Our customers know they can always do more with ServiceNow but don't always have the time or skills to create their own apps," said Pat Casey, VP and GM of the ServiceNow Platform business unit. "The store will inspire customers by providing ready-to-run apps for services they might have never imagined they could automate."
The Santa Clara-based corporation kicks off its customer conference this week in Las Vegas, but its momentum took a hit last week following a lower than expected revenue outlook for the current quarter. Although ServiceNow's Q1 was strong, share prices tumbled as much as 17 percent.