You can integrate Workfront with third-party applications. Integrations can extend the utility of Workfront and tailor it for the needs of your organization.
The following types of integrations are available:
Workfront provides various integrations you can configure directly from the Workfront application.
Some of these integrations are available at no additional cost, while other integrations require an additional purchase:
Workfront provides various built-in integrations at no additional cost:
- Google Drive
For information about configuring these integrations, see "Configuring Document Integrations."
Workfront enables you to leverage other built-in integrations at an additional cost. (Consult your Workfront Sales rep for pricing details.)
For more information, see "Configuring the SharePoint Integration."
For information about configuring the Widen integration, see "Configuring Document Integrations."
- Adobe Experience Manager (AEM)
For more information, see "Configuring Workfront with Adobe Experience Manager."
- Adobe Connector
For more information, see "Downloading and Installing the Workfront Extension for Adobe Creative Cloud."
For more information, see "Enabling the Workfront Outlook Add-In for Your System."
Workfront has a rich partner ecosystem that includes dozens of integrations that enrich your Workfront experience.
Examples of existing partner offerings include integrations with Salesforce.com, Oracle Responsys, and Microsoft Visual Studio.
For more information about these and other exciting integrations, see the Workfront Marketplace.
The Workfront API enables you to extend and enhance your Workfront experience by leveraging our public API.
For a detailed list of available objects in the Workfront API, see the Workfront API Explorer.
You can import projects from Microsoft Project™ directly into Workfront, and you can also use Kick-Starts to upload information that can be loaded into a spreadsheet from almost any data source. Workfront also lets you export lists and data from the application as PDF, Microsoft Excel™ (CSV), or TSV files.
Not only can you work with other applications (and their data) within Workfront, but you can also use a variety of avenues to access information by incorporating integrations.
You can integrate applications with Microsoft Outlook™ and Salesforce.com™. Users have access to RESTful API's.
Powerful integration features make Workfront the solution of choice for clients who want to get the most out of their project management platform. You can import and export Microsoft Project files, or import Microsoft Excel spreadsheets and CSV or TSV files from a variety of sources. Mobile integration also means that you can track and manage your projects from the office, at home, or while on the road.
A Software Development Kit (SDK) is available for software engineers who want to access the resources of Workfront from another application. Enterprise Application Integration (EAI) support means that you can exchange information between Workfront and other applications. Integration hooks and plug-in support for external authentication make it possible for Workfront to use LDAP, Active Directory, NDS, and so forth. Java Messaging Service (JMS) messaging is also available.