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Posted by Sarah Noonan on May 7, 2018

Linium Extends ServiceNow Solutions Through Amazon Web Services Service Catalog Connector

AWS-press releaseLinium, a digital business, engineering, experience and transformation consultancy, today announced a new collaboration with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to provide ServiceNow customers with easy access to AWS resources that drive innovation, efficiency, and business performance.

See a Demo at Knowledge18

The AWS Service Catalog Connector for ServiceNow integrates enterprise customers with AWS cloud services with a simple process. As a result, companies can quickly and easily request AWS services, from containers, servers, and storage to installations and networking; leverage increased visibility into business operations through rich data and analytics; and realize significant savings in both time and cost of development.

Linium will demo the technology at its booth (#2300) throughout Knowledge18, ServiceNow’s annual conference, being held May 7 through 10 at The Venetian in Las Vegas. Linium is a Platinum Sponsor of the event. In addition, several of Linium’s services will be readily available through AWS, further enhancing and extending Linium’s digital platform capabilities.

“We are excited to work with AWS to provide additional value to ServiceNow customers,” said Joe Burke, President, North America of Linium, A Ness Digital Engineering Company. “This collaboration expands our commitment to end-to-end digital enablement and delivers innovative solutions that change the way people and companies work.”

“With AWS Service Catalog Connector for ServiceNow, enterprise customers can use their existing ServiceNow workflows and approval systems to procure and provision AWS services, enabling them to drive rapid innovation on their cloud journey,” said Clive D’Souza, Global Head, Service Catalog Business Development, Amazon Web Services, Inc.

A ServiceNow Elite Services, Elite Sales and Authorized Training Partner, Linium will deploy its expert team of engineers, analysts, technicians and strategists to deliver a host of presentations during Knowledge18. Recently acquired by Ness Digital Engineering, Linium now offers end-to-end digital enablement that maximizes the value of the ServiceNow solution across an entire business, connecting enterprises and delivering solutions that engage customers, differentiate brands, and drive profitable growth.

For more information on Knowledge18, visit A complete agenda can be found at

About Linium

Linium aligns and executes end-to-end digital enablement with organizational business plans so companies can achieve scale, accelerate growth and enable modernization. Leveraging the global reach and resources of industry leader Ness Digital Engineering, Linium transforms operational processes and fuels digital transformation by delivering robust front-end digital platforms, back-end enterprise systems, and the essential integrations in between that allow companies to compete and succeed in a complex business environment. For more information, visit


Topics: ServiceNow, Enterprise Service Management, Linium, Knowledge18, Ness Digital Engineering, Digital, Connected Enterprise, Amazon Web Services, AWS, Service Catalog Connector

This post was written by Sarah Noonan