ServiceNow is used to set up systems that define, manage, automate and structure IT services for companies. You can use the SEI ServiceNow integration to integrate SEI with ServiceNow Cloud and ServiceNow On-Prem accounts.

This integration allows you to track, manage, and analyze incidents, and change requests in real-time, leading to improved efficiency and enhanced productivity.

Please note that the integration currently allows authentication only through the Username and Password of your ServiceNow account.

Configure the integration

Step 1: Select the integration

  • In your SEI Account, go to Settings.

  • Select Integrations under Integration and Data Settings.

  • Select Available Integrations, locate the ServiceNow integration under the Others integration tab and select Install.

Step 2: Choose the Type of ServiceNow setup

  • Choose your ServiceNow type:

    • ServiceNow Cloud

    • ServiceNow On-Prem

Step 3: Configure and save the integration

  • Add the Name for the integration, which is mandatory. You can add Description and Tags (Optional).

  • Add the URL of your ServiceNow application instance, for example, "". Make sure it's a valid URL.

  • Add the Username and Password, for your ServiceNow account.

  • You can click on Advanced Configurations and choose the Fields you wish to exclude from ingestion. You might exclude fields containing sensitive information such as Summary, Description, and Comments.

  • Click on the Next: Validate Connection. It will establish a connection with the provided URL, perform authentication, and then run the preflight checks. If everything is successful, you will see a message confirming a successful connection.

  • Click on the Done button and the integration will be successfully saved.

What data is ingested

The data is updated every hour. The following details are ingested from the ServiceNow platform using this integration.


Details like the incident number, state, priority, impact, assignments, updates, resolution information, and other relevant incident data are ingested.

Change Requests

Information about change requests, including number, state, priority, impact, assignments, updates, approval details, and other relevant change request data is ingested.


User information like name, employee number, username, email, and other user-related details is ingested.

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