|Born||1954/1955 (age 64–65)|
|Alma mater||Indiana University (dropped out)|
|Known for||Founder, ServiceNow|
|Net worth||$1.1 billion (April 2018)|
Luddy founded ServiceNow two weeks before his 50th birthday, "I couldn't wait, because there was something psychologically that said I couldn't start a company at 50."
Luddy stepped down as CEO of ServiceNow in 2011, then focused on product development, and moved at an advisory role in 2016.
In April 2018, Luddy's net worth was estimated at $1.1 billion.
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Luddy Hall at Indiana University was named in recognition of a donation from Luddy, and "in honor of the many IU alumni in the Luddy family, including Fred's mother, father, sister and two brothers".
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