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ServiceNow Integrations and Backups
Our users extract and replicate millions of records per day, without impacting ServiceNow's performance, using Perspectium's ServiceNow-native applications.
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How Perspectium Benefits ServiceNow Users
Perspectium integrations are native to ServiceNow, so users benefit from a familiar interface and a more efficient integration architecture.
Trusted ServiceNow Partner
Integrations implemented, managed and maintained as-a-service, by ServiceNow integration experts.
No Performance Impact
Perspectium's API-free integrations can move tens of millions of records per day, without impacting performance.
Perspectium users can implement new integrations in hours - not weeks and months.
Dynamic and Batch Transfers
Perspectium supports bulk data transfers to an external database, and dynamic synchronization between ServiceNow and third-party solutions (or another ServiceNow instance).
Secure Data Exchange
As a native-app, Perspectium benefits from ServiceNow's own security features, and adds additional encryption and obfuscation capabilities to protect data at-rest and in-transit.
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We help many organizations integrate their ServiceNow data with the wider enterprise … including ServiceNow themselves!
Move Ridiculously Large Amounts of Data, and Enable Real-Time Data Synchronization
Perspectium is a ServiceNow-native, no-code application that extracts ServiceNow data and replicates it to the target system.
This means organizations can keep ServiceNow dynamically and constantly synchronized with various ITSM and enterprise tools.
It also allows organizations to extract and replicate custom ServiceNow data sets in bulk, for purposes such as reporting and analytics.
Perspectium enables dynamic/real-time and bulk data synchronization without API or web services coding.
Avoiding API means the solution does not impact ServiceNow performance, even when moving ridiculously large amounts of data.