Author Archives: Ryan Duguid

 

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Low Code and the ‘Citizen Developer’: Too Good to be True?

June 16, 2017, Author: Ryan Duguid

The idea behind low code technology is to turn us all into ‘citizen developers’. The citizen developer can, in theory, use low code platforms to make their work run more smoothly and efficiently. These platforms are designed to empower knowledge workers to build their own customized solutions with low code […]






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What’s the Latest for Nintex Workflow Cloud?

June 15, 2017, Author: Ryan Duguid

In recent posts, you heard from our CTO Alain Gentilhomme and VP of Product Alex Burton on our commitment to SharePoint and our excitement about the innovation that Microsoft is putting into this business-critical platform. Having spent seven years of my life at Microsoft working on SharePoint, I share their […]






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Will the Workplace of the Future Increase Human Efficiency?

June 8, 2017, Author: Ryan Duguid

At Nintex, we spend a lot of time imagining what the workplace of the future will look like. In a world of mobile, cloud and ever more connected data, it’s easy to assume people are bound to get more productive in future, and that they’ll be even more capable of […]






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Bots, Machine Learning, and the Future of Process Automation

March 6, 2017, Author: Ryan Duguid

As someone who lives and breathes technology, I tend to see most innovation as an incremental change rather than a game changer, but I can’t help thinking we’re on the verge of something massive, something that will redefine the future of work, and the way we interact with technology. Bots, […]






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Nintex Workflow Cloud Global Webcast Recap

January 23, 2017, Author: Ryan Duguid

It sounds simple, but when your business processes are functioning well it usually means your business is running successfully. However, the opposite is also true. When your everyday processes and tasks are hitting snags and knocking your objectives off course, you’re unlikely to make the transition from good to great. […]