I'm looking for a piece of advice: considering what each of the LeanIX and ServiceNow technologies offers, has anyone considered (or completed) integration between ServiceNow and LeanIX that could be beneficial to the user?
Information Security Manager at a financial services firm with 5,001-10,000 employees
04 January 22
IMHO, ServiceNow is a complete ITSM tool, designed to support tradictional/waterfall and digital/agile "business" and is completely adherent with ITIL (and others frameworks). LeanIX offers a more limited setup of inventary, correlation and others tools (for example, offers only few ITIL domains), such as showed here https://docs.leanix.net/docs.For market-time, features and maturity i'll choice ServiceNow but the price may be a problem.
Principal Enterprise Architect at a construction company with 201-500 employees
19 July 20
They should improve the right adoption in native connectors that they provide with clients. They should see if clients are really ready to adapt them during evaluation and it will help client to take informed call to purchase those connectors to other products. We also use ServiceNow and during our LeanIX evaluation phase, the native connector from LeanIX and Service now was looked into it. But we didn't realize that it would cost almost half of Core LeanIX subscription, it is considerable amount. Then we realized that we were not actually ready for them and we opted out. We didn't understand how this integration were going to help our organization. It make sense only if we are matured with other product(Service now) to get full benefit of this integration in organization. Please, get the quote of cost involved before you plan for checking feasibility of any native integration that comes out of LeanIX. After the contract signed for specific year with ServiceNow integration in LeanIX, Amidst We wanted to discontinue from the later year(due to non readiness of ServiceNow data and situation, it really not yielding any value/benefits ) and we got push back from LeanIX when approached for any workouts on this deal. We really want to go ahead with core LeanIX. We are completely happy with the core LeanIX, the only part where we want to disengage is having those additional connectors conditions. We are even looking at alternative vendor in industry reluctantly due to unsettling discussing with LeanIX. The relationship with the vendor is very important to us and would always want to have long year tenure. They should as well reciprocate the same.
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