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InSource Announces Exhibitor Sponsorship of Knowledge 14

InSource today announced it is an Exhibitor 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 to May 1st at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. InSource will be in Pod location #23.

InSource will be showcasing its exclusive approach to utilizing the ServiceNow platform to support the strategic initiatives of any organization. InSource will be demonstrating how to implement ServiceNow’s Project Portfolio Management application in conjunction with other ServiceNow applications.

"We are excited to be sponsoring this year's Knowledge 14. This is a unique opportunity for us to showcase our company and exchange valuable ideas and information with our clients, colleagues, and friends in the industry," said InSource managing partner David Silverstein.

With more than 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 Community and Twitter #Know14.

About InSource

InSource is a suburban Philadelphia professional services firm focused on helping its clients deliver business value through technology. InSource is also the first ServiceNow authorized implementation partner headquartered in the tri-state area. The firm delivers a broad range of consulting services to companies in the Mid-Atlantic region and Northeast Corridor, with an emphasis on IT strategy development and automation of IT via ServiceNow. As one of the region’s top employers of computer consultants (per the Philadelphia Business Journal’s 2013 Books of Lists), InSource is uniquely qualified to help clients deliver powerful tools for business, information and customer management.

ServiceNow and Knowledge are registered trademarks of ServiceNow.

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