Nintex Repeatedly Recognized as Great Tech Partner, Tech Innovator and Great Place to Work
BELLEVUE, Wash.—Sept. 25, 2015— Nintex, the global standard in workflow automation, today announced that it won Seattle Business magazine’s silver Tech Impact Award within the emerging technology/productivity category at an awards ceremony last night in Seattle. The Tech Impact Awards recognize companies in Washington state that are using technology to have a significant impact on business, industry, and society.
Nintex helps organizations worldwide transform how work gets done by tackling basic functions to company-wide processes with clicks, not code. Technology from Nintex empowers IT professionals, business analysts, and SharePoint administrators to quickly and more easily build workflow solutions that improve productivity.
Nintex’s Workflow Automation platform, which includes Nintex Workflow and Nintex Forms for SharePoint and Office 365 and Drawloop Document Generation for Salesforce.com, streamlines document generation and processes on and between today's most-used enterprise content management systems and collaboration platforms, connecting on-premises, cloud workflows and mobile users. Examples of the types of business processes that organizations can easily streamline with the Nintex platform include employee and customer onboarding, leave requests, content approvals, and IT help desk requests, among many others.
Today Nintex works hand-in-hand with 1,100 partners who offer professional services like consulting, implementation and training. This approach allows Nintex to focus on technology development and delivery while ensuring that Nintex products are sold and backed up by services in a multitude of geographies, business cultures, languages, legal environments, and industries. Since its inception in 2006, Nintex has grown to more than 6,000 customers in more than 90 countries.
Nintex customers experience rapid return on investment (ROI) and easier, more efficient workflow management. A commissioned Total Economic Impact (TEI) study, conducted by Forrester Consulting on behalf of Nintex, focused around Nintex’s Workflow Automation platform and revealed a three-year, risk-adjusted ROI of 176 percent, a payback period of 10½ months and a three-year net present value (NPV) of $1.02 million. The study also showed that Nintex’s platform improved productivity per business end-user by 8 percent in the first year and by 15 percent in the third year.
In 2015 Nintex has been repeatedly recognized as a great technology partner and innovator as well as a great place to work. In addition to the 2015 Seattle Business magazine’s Tech Impact Award, the company has received: