5 Ways Vivantio Integrates with Your Most Important Systems

When looking to integrate Vivantio with other platforms, it’s important to understand the different methods available to you. We have many avenues of approach and they each offer different pros and cons.

We’ve divided your integration methods into five distinct areas:


The Vivantio Integration Services Component (ISC) provides a growing number of modules to allow your team to connect with other systems via a built-in GUI.

As of this posting, those systems include:

  • Active Directory
  • SQL

You can also schedule data exports such as reporting via the ISC.


Over time, due to their popularity with our customers, we have developed a number of direct integrations. These will work out-of-the-box.

As of the time of this post, these include:

  • JIRA
  • TFS


In order to offer our customers a method to configure interactions without code, we’ve set up Webhooks and Web Methods in Vivantio. With this method, you can set up outgoing HTTP notifications or allow systems to make simple HTTP requests within Vivantio. This offers great flexibility for use with systems that utilize this functionality.


Vivantio is built “API first”. What this means is that we have an extensive API that your development team can use to query, update, and create data. This method offers the most possible flexibility. You can find our (work-in-progress) API documentation here.


It should be noted that, if none of the above options fit with your needs, we are always welcome to explore bespoke development of integrations for our customers. If you contact our support team, we are happy to arrange for a member of our professional services or product team to discuss your requirements in more detail and work out a solution that works for you.