Israeli-Founded SkyGiraffe Acquired By ServiceNow
October 26, 2017 | Israeli-founded mobile app platform SkyGiraffe, which markets an online service developing mobile apps from their headquarters in California, has been bought by California-based online work management platform ServiceNow. The financial terms of the deal were not disclosed, but a source told Calcalist that it was made for around $50 million. The acquisition will be completed by the end of 2017. To date, SkyGiraffe has raised about $10 million from investors like the SGVC venture firm from Los Angeles. While they have headquarters in San Mateo, California, they also have offices in Tel Aviv. Service Now was founded in Tel Aviv in 2012 by Itay Braun and Boaz Hecht.