Throughout 2017, the Nintex Blog has featured product news, digital transformation topics, industry trends and more. This blog post will mark our 179th and final blog post of 2017!
We are excited to kick off 2018 and share even more with you in the coming year. But first, let’s look back on some of our best posts from 2017.
We shared various updates throughout the year about enhancements to our platform. One of the most anticipated releases of 2017 was our new responsive forms. We first announced the new forms technology in February and were excited to deliver the capabilities to our users in September.
We highlighted content from a session at our user conference on Nintex Workflow Cloud®. The blog post detailed benefits of the platform-agnostic offering and shared news on upcoming enhancements, including its integration with Nintex Hawkeye®.
Nintex Senior Vice President of Technology Strategy Ryan Duguid highlighted further release updates to Nintex Workflow Cloud in “What’s the Latest for Nintex Workflow Cloud?”. Duguid announced Nintex Workflow Cloud’s connector to SharePoint Online and shared news on additional now-released updates – including responsive forms and document generation.
In June we approached 50 million workflow executions in Nintex for Office 365. Nintex VP of Product Alex Burton outlined details of our Office 365 momentum in driving digital transformation in his post “Nintex for Office 365: Strong Customer Adoption and Innovation Fuel the Next Wave of Digital Business Transformation”.
Digital Transformation was a common theme throughout 2017.
Our response to it included Nintex Workflow-as-a-Service. Learn how our “workflow-as-a-service” approach can help organizations achieve digital transformation in a blog post by Nintex Senior Director of Product Marketing Ian Hameroff.
We also shared “10 Business Processes You Might Not Know You Can Automate” by Senior Product Manager for Nintex Workflow Cloud Dan Barker. The blog points out not-so-obvious but important processes that can be automated to help organizations in their digital transformation journey.
The citizen developer and low-code/no-code technology were also popular topics this year, especially related to digital transformation. Ryan Duguid shared “Low Code and the ‘Citizen Developer’: Too Good to be True?”, highlighting how low-code platforms enable citizen developers and lie at the heart of digital transformation.
The new category of Workflow and Content Automation (WCA) was identified by Aragon Research in 2016. Learn what this category means for organizations trying to achieve digital transformation in our blog by Kim Albrecht, Nintex Vice President of Corporate Marketing.
We define what we do as workflow and content automation, however we know that a lot of people may be more familiar with other terms like business process management (BPM) or business process automation (BPA). Find out why Nintex Vice President of Workflow Technology Mike Fitzmaurice says you should think of Nintex as “BPM – Without the Baggage”.
We hope you’ve enjoyed reading the Nintex Blog this year – we’ll see you in 2018!