Nintex to Showcase Workflow As a Service™ at the 2016 Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference

New Offerings—Nintex Workflow Cloud™, Nintex Hawkeye™, Nintex Xchange™ and Nintex for SharePoint 2016—to be featured in Booth #1201

BELLEVUE, Wash.July 6, 2016—Nintex, the leader in workflow automation, today announced plans to demonstrate its latest technology solutions at the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC) in Toronto, July 10-14, 2016. Nintex is introducing a number of new cloud solutions for its workflow automation platform, including the integrated capabilities to deliver Workflow as a Service– Nintex Workflow Cloud, Nintex Hawkeye, and Nintex Xchange. In addition, the company will introduce the newest workflow and forms solutions for SharePoint Server 2016.

“We’re on a mission to improve how people work by empowering them to define the way they want to work,” says Nintex CEO John Burton. “Our focus is to build powerful software and cloud-based services to automate a wide range of processes, connecting workers to the content they need regardless of location. In today’s ever-changing business environment, people need easy-to-use workflow apps that give them a lot of flexibility and choice,” added Burton.

Nintex offerings to be highlighted in Booth #1201 at WPC include:

  • Nintex Workflow Cloud—Nintex will preview its state-of-the art cloud architecture that extends the Nintex workflow platform to support cloud and hybrid workflows across a multitude of content sources and platforms giving the modern workforce the flexibility to work how and where they choose.; Workflows built with Nintex Workflow Cloud are reusable, embeddable and shareable enabling users to improve the performance and accelerate the growth of their organizations.
  • Nintex Hawkeye—a new cloud-based workflow analytics service to capture, monitor, measure, and assess workflow analytics that provide actionable intelligence enabling users to understand and improve their business processes. Nintex Hawkeye employs leading business intelligence tools such as Microsoft Power BI and Tableau to generate the visualization of workflow analytics in the form of dashboards.
  • Nintex Xchange™—an online gallery where Nintex customers and partners can easily find, use, and share a wide range of workflow templates, actions and other resources developed by the community, for the community. By leveraging the pre-configured workflow solution templates and other resources in Nintex Xchange, workflow designers can quickly and easily convert sophisticated, business-wide processes into efficient and cost-effective automated workflows. Nintex Xchange is available at xchange.nintex.com/.
  • Nintex for SharePoint 2016—this latest release of Nintex Workflow and Nintex Forms for SharePoint Server 2016 improves user experiences, includes the capability to start a workflow from a non-SharePoint environment, and gives customers a flexible workflow platform that can scale as part of their on-premises deployment or through a hybrid implementation of SharePoint Server 2016 and Office 365. Existing customers can upgrade to Nintex for SharePoint 2016 as a part of their software assurance, while new customers can purchase it through a Nintex partner.

Also at WPC, Nintex VP of Product Ryan Duguid will present the session, “Use Workflow as a Service to drive Digital Transformation,”on July 11 at 2:30 p.m. at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. Duguid will share how high performing companies are improving their performance through data-empowered decision making, connectivity, process automation, and two-speed IT. Partners attending this session will gain a clear understanding of how to use Workflow as a Service to drive digital transformation in their customers’ organizations, extend their reach and relevance beyond IT, and expand their practice areas.

Nintex is proud to be a Titanium sponsor at WPC. For a complete list of Nintex activities at WPC, visit http://www.nintex.com/wpc.