ServiceNow to create 400 jobs in Ireland

The roles will be created over the next three years and will almost double the company’s total staff in the city

ServiceNow chief executive Bill McDermott said Dublin was at the heart of the company’s global plans. Picture: Pete Yang.

ServiceNow has announced plans to create 400 new jobs in Dublin over the next three years, a move that will almost double the current workforce at the business.

The business is a workflow management software business with over 20,000 staff worldwide, including around 430 in Ireland prior to the announcement.

The move follows Ulrik Nehammer, the EMEA boss for ServiceNow, telling the Business Post in March that the approach by other tech giants to cuts ...