In this snack-sized conversation, Robert Bryan shares what he’s most excited to see in the ServiceNow Rome release.

Kim Funk catches up with this new dad while he explains how the Rome release takes workflowing to the next level with the new collection and discoverabilities tool and the upgraded CMDB. It’s the perfect primer for our upcoming webinar on September 15.

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