Archive for: April, 2017

 

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How Workflow Automation Can Energize the Power and Utilities Industry

April 27, 2017, Author: Sean Fiene

In 2014, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) established a set of regulations aiming to cut carbon pollution from electric power plants by 30% by the year 2030. With the aim of fighting climate change while supplying America with reliable and affordable power, the regulations were the first ever move […]






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Nintex Partner Awards: 2016 Solution Innovation Winners

April 26, 2017, Author: Alistair Cloke

Last week we announced the opening of nominations for our 2017 Nintex Partner Awards. Each year we honor Nintex Partners for their performance and the innovative Nintex solutions they create for our customers. More than half of the award nominations are turned into new case studies and use cases that […]






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The Basics of Workflow Management Software

April 25, 2017, Author: Vadim Tabakman

Workflow management software is a revolutionary method of boosting productivity and efficiency. But it has precedents: Today, there are around 500 workers at Ford’s Michigan Assembly Plant. The production line is part-automated, and as each vehicle moves along the tracks, workers match engines to bodies, press badges into place or […]






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Is Cross-Organizational Collaboration Key to your Org’s Future?

April 24, 2017, Author: Patrick Hosch

Businesses are always looking for ways to reduce their cost-base, their overheads, and make their resources go further. One of the methods for making budgets and business reach further is by collaborating with other companies on a specific project or even forming a more sustainable long-term partnership. Whatever the intended […]






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Big Data Workflow Automation is Closer Than You Think

April 19, 2017, Author: Antony Ford

The Large Synoptic Survey Telescope, measuring 8.4 meters and boasting a 3.2 giga-pixel (yes, that’s 3.2 billion pixels) camera, is due to break many data-volume records. The camera will take a photo of the sky every 15 seconds, generating 30TB of astronomical data every night. During its 10-year operational period […]