Elisha Harrington

Elisha Harrington

Innovation Evangelist, Chief Innovation Office

Elisha Harrington is an Evangelist on the Innovation team at ServiceNow. In her role, Elisha is laser focused on the future of work, digital transformation, and the power of intelligent systems.

As a thought leader in operational improvement and innovation, she is responsible for all efforts to evangelize the transformative world of work for enterprise customers in the Asian-Pacific region. Elisha is helping customers re-imagine the possible and solve important problems to create stunning change.

Prior to ServiceNow, Elisha worked for a number of top tier professional services firms, consulting with the largest global and Australian local enterprises across banking, telecommunications and more. From running large Digital transformations (both technical and business). Elisha worked for PwC across technology solutions which included fraud detection, risk sentiment, automation, and advanced analytics as well as blockchain and other leading technology cloud SaaS solutions.

Working within C-suite agendas and large impactful programs impacting employee and customer experience, Elisha aims to supercharge productivity scaling across the organisation whilst cultivating a culture of innovation at its core.

Appearing at
Future financial services Auckland
23 June 2022
  • Cordis Auckland
Advancing Digitally to Simplify & Modernise Financial Services in New Zealand New Zealand’s leading forum for all things technology and digital innovation in financial services, the Future of Financial Services, New Zealand conference is back and raring to go in...
Auckland skyline and harbour
24 March - 25 March 2021
  • Virtual Conference
Due to the current COVID-19 lockdown restrictions in Auckland, this event is now a Virtual Conference. Please stay tuned for further updates.   Advancing Digitally to Thrive Amidst Change FST Media’s flagship event and the only one of it’s kind...
Advancing Digital Transformation & CX Innovation to Cope with Unplanned Service Demands
10 June 2020
COVID-19 has tested systems and structures across the financial services industry. Unplanned volumes and unexpected customer needs have increased exponentially, meanwhile teams are working remotely and unable to rely on tribal knowledge across teams and manual ways of getting issues...