Integrate ATOS with the tools you or your service providers already use.


tools and applications

vendors and suppliers

Subscription based monthly
fee – no hidden or process
based costs

Use-case driven

integration logic

Full control over integrations
and end-points

24/7 availability

Explore out-of-the-box integrations

ONEiO subscription includes pre-integrated application to seamlessly integrate
your ATOS with just a few clicks.

Looking for instructions?

Collection of technical white papers, tutorials and guides at ONEiO Help Center including:

  • How to configure and integrate ServiceNow with ONEiO iPaaS?
  • How to configure and integrate Jira with ONEiO iPaaS?
  • How to configure and integrate BMC Remedy with ONEiO iPaaS?
  • How to configure and integrate [your application] to ONEiO iPaaS?
  • Much more


Set up your first ATOS integration faster than you ever could have imagined.

How is that even possible? We know it is hard to believe but with the next generation iPaaS ONEiO, data, application, process and service provider integrations are easier and faster than ever. And not only that – we take care that your integration is up and running 24/7 without any additional costs. Sometimes seeing is believing – try our service for free and set up your first integration today.

Couldn't fInd the integration you need?

Integrate ATOS to any API-enabled application with ONEiO iPaaS. New application adapters are included into SaaS fee. Let us know which application or service provider you are integrating ATOS with.

“ONEiO has been a key component in our offering in ServiceNow cases. We have been able to offer our customers flexible integration solutions and broaden our relationships with a new offering. We also see this solution as a key component in achieving the first steps towards a SIAM model together with our Customers. ONEiO is a perfect solution for all complex service integrations regardless of the internal silos, applications or outsourcing vendors”


Do more with ATOS

Enhance your employee and customer experience by completing your service
processes with integrations. ONEiO – the next generation iPaaS enables:

  • Transparency to incident handling process and service requests
  • Everyone within your company or your service providers to use their own tools
  • Streamlined customer conversation process
  • Collaboration with other teams to resolve issues faster
  • Fast onboarding of new application or service provider

Can you really integrate ATOS without coding or scripting?

Watch below a sneak peek how we build no code integration that used to take weeks or months.


Set up your first ATOS integration "at the speed of business"

Try ONEiO 14 days for fee and you’ll understand there is no other way of building integrations anymore. ONEiO is “de facto” integration solution for easy and fast integrations. Born in cloud, delivered as a service. ONEiO is a world’s first subscription based next generation iPaaS that brings together an ecosystem of people, applications, processes and suppliers filling the gap between customer, internal teams as well as external service providers.


What's the difference between the traditional iPaaS and the next generation iPaaS?
Traditional integration platforms (iPaaS) are meant for integration developers whereas the next generation iPaaS is for business developers and citizen integrators. The next generation iPaaS does not require any coding or integration development skills, making it easy-to-use for people who are not integration experts or developers, yet they’re responsible for certain business applications and processes and need to enable process level collaboration and integration with other business applications used by other internal teams and external service providers. IPaaS tools are experiencing the same transformation that happened to BI tools couple of years ago.
Can I integrate any application with ONEiO?
Yes you can, but ONEiO is designed for complex and non-standard service process integrations.
How ONEiO differs from eg. ServiceNow integration hub?
Simple answer is that SNC integration hub is pretty good API management tool and is works very well with simple internal use cases and systems you have full control like Active Directory, Dropbox, Slack etc. Since many service management workflows involve multiple parties with pre-defined interfaces, processes and tools you need a lot of adaption which means that trying to manage all that only on the "one-side" of the integration makes it really, really complex and expensive to build and manage (if you build it, you have to manage and maintain it). And that's where ONEiO makes difference. As you can see, ONEiO is not competing with SNC integration hub, it's a different thing. And at the end of the day, ONEiO enables even more value for SNC users that's why we have many happy ServiceNow users as customers 
What is ONEiO subscription in a nutshell?
Subscription is always for 12 months at a time. Renewal is automatic. For ONEiO subscription, the customer will receive access to test and production environments. ONEiO users are then able to set up integrations and endpoints in the test environment. Basic principles about subscription: - Integration or endpoint related fees are only applied from the production environment. - There are no limitations for entity types(processes) to use in an integration, or towards an endpoint - There are no limitations on the amount of user accounts for ONEiO UI for a subscription
Why should I pay the monthly subscription fee?
Traditional integration approach would require your to acquire infrastructure (server), integration applications and build (develop) integrations. Important thing to understand is, that you would need to anyway pay for servers, software licenses and related maintenance and support services + development and maintenance of the integrations. The question is how much would a server and application environment with 99,9% end-to-end availability, 24/7 maintenance, monitoring and technical support services AND continuous development work cost? Where as Service-Flow SaaS is all-inclusive, the Subscription includes everything that is needed to run reliable integrations. Please take a look at the attached service description for the details, but as a summary. SaaS Subscription includes: a) Highly available, scalable and secure Infrastructure ("Servers") b) Enterprise grade highly scalable and secure integration applications ("Software") c) Ready-to-use integrations e.g ITSM adapter and supplier connection ("connections + logic") d) Continuous development of all components (Servers+Software+Integrations) e) Operations (support & maintenance services for all components) f) Enterprise level SLA: Continuous delivery, 99,9% availability, 24/7/365 (no maintenance breaks) Shortly put, all these with only one monthly price = Subscription
Can ONEiO solution be deployed as on-premise?
ONEiO is a SaaS solution and it is only available from the cloud. Service-Flow runs on Amazon infrastructure, so regional solutions can be available, if there is a specific need.
How long is the typical time to set up a ticket exchange using standard APIs out of the box for example between the two ITSM systems?
For example the technical setup time for ServiceNow is from 30 minutes to an hour. That is naturally only the initial step. The most time consuming parts are the process definitions and testing. Usually if the parties integrating have a common understanding what the integrations should do, the project can be run through in 2-4 weeks calendar time.
What features and functions does ONEiO solution provide?
ONEiO provides all needed tools to implement a robust integration between ITSM (or other) systems.
Can attachments be exchanged on a ticket in the integration through ONEiO?
Yes. There aren't basically any restrictions for processing of attachments (such as size or file types)? Limits and file type limitations can be configured according to the needs of the customer tools. There's possibility to filter out attachments if the receiving end supports only certain amount or size of attachments.
How is data secured in the cloud?
ONEiO consists of two main components: broker and adapters. Adapters handle the communication between ONEiO and applications transforming messages from a system-specific format to a general ONEiO format. Broker routes messages and maps data between source and destination systems. Most ITSM systems offer encrypted communications, so adapters will communicate with them in a tool-specific secure and encrypted way (typically HTTPS). Communication between adapters and broker is always done using an encrypted TLS connection. The message data is stored in ONEiO database in encrypted form and kept secure by restricting the access to the database with access control mechanisms so that only authorized personnel (i.e. ONEiO operations team) can access it.