Nintex Workflow Solutions Are Now Available as a FedRAMP Compliant Cloud Service

Bellevue, WA, April 8, 2015 – Nintex, the global standard in workflow automation, announced today that is has partnered with Project Hosts, a Cloud Service Provider (CSP), to deliver Nintex Workflow solutions in a FedRAMP SaaS-level compliant cloud. U.S. government agencies in need of a workflow automation solution to streamline processes, ensure process compliance and increase information accuracy can immediately gain access to the Nintex Workflow cloud service deployed on a Microsoft SharePoint system that complies with all FedRAMP rev4 Moderate security controls.

“Having Nintex Workflow solutions available in a FedRAMP-compliant cloud is a significant milestone for our company,” said John Burton, CEO of Nintex. “By complying with the U.S. government’s Cloud First initiative and FedRAMP program through our partner Project Hosts, we can now help federal agencies improve employee collaboration and workflow processes while also saving time and money.”

Nintex WorkFlow is a workflow automation solution for Microsoft’s SharePoint, Office 365 and Project Server platforms. With Nintex Workflow, U.S. government agencies can automate time-consuming manual processes and create streamlined workflows in every department. By connecting processes with people and their content, federal agencies can yield huge benefits by saving time, cutting costs, ensuring compliance, and increasing accuracy.

The Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program, or FedRAMP, is a government-wide program that provides a standardized approach to security assessment, authorization, and continuous monitoring for cloud products and services. This approach uses a “do once, use many times” framework that saves an estimated 30-40% of government costs, as well as both time and staff required to conduct redundant agency security assessments. FedRAMP is the result of close collaboration with cybersecurity and cloud experts from the General Services Administration (GSA), National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Department of Defense (DOD), National Security Agency (NSA), Office of Management and Budget (OMB), the Federal Chief Information Officer (CIO) Council and its working groups, as well as private industry.