Nintex Continues to Build Its Leadership Team; Names Josh Waldo as Vice President of Channels and Strategy

SEATTLE, November 11, 2014 – Nintex, the world leader in workflow automation, today announced the addition of Josh Waldo as Nintex vice president of channels & strategy. Waldo will be tasked with leading Nintex's partner and channel marketing strategy as the company rapidly expands its workflow automation platform, empowering more organizations to transform everyday business tasks into efficient, automated processes.

Waldo has more than 17 years of experience in marketing, corporate strategy, practice management and development, partner program strategy and Web and business development within the technology industry. He comes to Nintex after eight years at Microsoft, where most recently he served as senior director of cloud partner strategy within the Worldwide Partner Group. In that role, Waldo and his team focused on helping Microsoft's existing and emerging partners define and evolve their business models to successfully transition to the cloud.

"At Nintex, we're focused on helping our partners and customers take advantage of workflow automation to streamline processes, connect systems through the cloud and achieve more profitable operations overall," said John Burton, Nintex's CEO. "With his passion for partners and extensive management and technology industry expertise, Josh is well-qualified to drive our channel marketing strategy and programs and help our channel partners experience success within the new cloud environment."

During his tenure at Microsoft, Waldo also served as director of SMB customer and solution partner marketing in the U.S. subsidiary, leading a team responsible for partner and channel marketing strategy and execution. Prior to that, he led solution partner marketing, focused on driving technology adoption and through-partner marketing engines. Previous roles also include vice president of professional services for digital marketing agency Metia; and senior marketing roles at Siebel and Oracle.

Nintex's suite of software and cloud services is driving the workflow automation category by enabling organizations to quickly and easily automate everyday business processes. Its workflow automation platform, which includes Nintex Workflow and Nintex Forms for SharePoint and Office 365, streamlines processes on and between today's most-used enterprise content management systems and collaboration platforms, connecting on-premises, cloud workflows and mobile users. Both powerful and easy to use, Nintex is used by more than 5,000 public and private organizations in 90 countries around the globe, including 200 of the Fortune 500.

"Nintex is at the forefront of advancing workflow automation, cloud adoption, and putting the power of automating everyday business process into the hands of users. I couldn't be more excited to be a part of such a visionary team," Waldo said. "I'm looking forward to growing and supporting the company's partner ecosystem to drive a mutually profitable business as we collectively continue to deliver against the mission of helping organizations to embrace workflow to create the most efficient, effective businesses possible."