Connecting ServiceNow to other applications’ data doesn’t have to be difficult By John Bard May 4, 2017 We’re excited to be at Knowledge17 this year to show how the Actian hybrid integration platform can connect ServiceNow to your existing data sources, including on-premises and cloud-based applications. The ServiceNow model can define, structure and automate the flow of work within your enterprise, but only if you can connect to other applications and data supporting IT, human resources, facilities, field service and more. You certainly don’t want to hand code your connections and map every field shared with Workday, Salesforce, Oracle, SAP and NetSuite. Actian provides pre-built, certified integration connectors that map most of the commonly used fields across those popular applications and more. Actian also allows you to customize additional integrations through a drag-and-drop graphical user interface. How much time and effort could you save and how much faster could you start getting more value out of ServiceNow? In our experience, the average time and cost to implement decreased by 50%, and there’s minimal ongoing maintenance. With Actian DataConnect, you can orchestrate service transactions within a single service model You can create and share a single system of record for service transactions that is instantly reflected back into other applications and services Actian enables you to achieve the scale, reliability, and flexibility needed to rapidly grow adoption of the ServiceNow platform To get that ‘lights-out, light-speed’ experience through the ServiceNow enterprise cloud, you need invisible integration with existing applications and data across the enterprise. Actian DataConnect and DataCloud can deliver those connections. Visit us at Knowledge17 in booth 633 or on the web at actian.com to find out more. About John Bard John Bard is senior director of marketing for the Actian Analytics Platform portfolio of products. Joining Actian in early 2016, John has over 20 years of leadership experience at enterprise companies like Sun Microsystems, Cisco, and Fujitsu America. In addition to leading product marketing and product management for enterprise servers, he has held a variety of roles in marketing programs, business operations, sales support, and forecasting and revenue management. John enjoys the constant learning process to apply innovative technology to the most complex business problems.