Archive for: September, 2016

 

Nintex Hawkeye

You, Luke and Nintex Hawkeye Workflow Analytics

September 22, 2016, Author: admin

When Luke Bongiorno joined Nintex to manage Nintex Hawkeye workflow analytics, his career came full circle after years in mobile. But data analytics has evolved in the 16 years since he worked as a business intelligence lead for a fast-moving consumer goods manufacturer. Companies have invested in data for a […]






Dreamforce

Tips for Navigating Dreamforce Like a Dream

September 22, 2016, Author: admin

Nothing quite prepares you for your first Dreamforce, even if you’ve read all the conference tips you can get your hands on. Nintex Technical Evangelist Haley Walsh, whom you’ll find in Nintex Booth #137, will be attending her third Dreamforce Oct. 4-7 in San Francisco, California. But she remembers how […]






Dreamforce

10 Reasons to Connect with Nintex at Dreamforce

September 22, 2016, Author: admin

170,000 “customer trailblazers” from 51 countries. More than 2,500 breakout sessions. 1 very bustling city for Salesforce.com’s Dreamforce. Nintex is thrilled to be a Bronze sponsor of this incredibly mammoth conference, which will be October 4-7 in San Francisco. It’s especially exciting because in August, we announced the latest release […]






Cloud

Cloud Computing: Past, Present and Future

September 15, 2016, Author: Brad Orluk

A number of “game-changing” technology breakthroughs have emerged in the past 20 years or so, of which I can easily count the really important ones on a single hand. These include: the era of hyper connectivity with near universal availability of always-on broadband internet connectivity at home and work in […]






Workflow

Ninsters Share Workflow Stories of Happy Customers

September 12, 2016, Author: admin

One huge predictor of employee happiness? Happy customers. That’s because people like knowing their work makes a difference. In fact, according to data from 11,000 U.S. workers analyzed by Lynda.com (a LinkedIn company), “the strongest predictor of meaningfulness at work was the belief that the job had a positive impact […]