Bringing Intelligent Process Automation to the Microsoft Ecosystem

We’re excited to join Microsoft Partners around the globe in Las Vegas this week for Microsoft Inspire, the company’s annual partner conference. Every year the conference provides a great opportunity for us to connect with our partners and to share and showcase the latest innovations to our platform.

“Microsoft and Nintex have been strong partners for more than a decade,” shares Nintex CEO Eric Johnson. “Together we’re committed to driving our partnership forward to benefit customers who turn to our integrated technologies to accelerate business outcomes.”

We continue to innovate our offering for Microsoft SharePoint and Office 365. It’s inspiring to see what our customers are able to accomplish with Nintex together with Microsoft and our partner community.

New Product Innovations on the Nintex Platform

During Microsoft Inspire, we’re also excited to showcase our latest product innovations, including the highly anticipated component workflows with Nintex for Office 365 and new form variables and form version control.

Component Workflows with Nintex for Office 365

Component workflows allow ops and IT professionals to share and reuse workflow logic across their entire tenant. Nintex component workflows are centrally managed to ensure automated processes remain consistent wherever they are used.

With Nintex component workflows, users can quickly build a workflow, drop it in as a single action in their workflow canvas, and configure a component workflow to point to a ready-baked function. Users also have the ability to securely publish component workflows to a REST based endpoint in the cloud. This enables workflows to be initiated from items ranging from Internet of Things (IOT) devices and sensors through to bespoke code and other platforms which further unlocks the power of Nintex for Office 365.  Learn more about component workflows.

How Nintex customers and partners are using component workflows

New Zealand business Naylor Love Construction uses the Nintex Platform to manage its workplace safety hazards. The new Nintex component workflow capability allows Naylor Love to reuse workflows as a single action across multiple workflows without having to create them in each one.

“Nintex component workflows with Office 365 is a huge time savings,” says Naylor Love Systems Administrator Lee Harris. “We’re excited to be able to create reusable parts of a workflow and to speed up development.” See how Naylor Love is putting Nintex to work.

Nintex partner Synergi is also putting Nintex component workflows to use with its customers. Synergi Co-Founder and Director Justin Short shares, “With component workflows from Nintex, our team can build complex solutions much faster which also can be more easily managed and maintained. This is a huge benefit to Synergi and our customers.”

Continued Momentum

Our customers around the globe are using the Nintex Platform and Office 365 to digitally transform their most important and sophisticated business processes – and we recently hit an exciting usage milestone! Nintex customers using Nintex for Office 365 have surpassed 75 million workflows executions – a growth of 127 percent in one year and it continues to grow.

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Connect with us at #MSInspire

Microsoft Inspire attendees can our Nintex team in booth 401 to see how easy it is to design, extend and reuse Nintex Workflows and Nintex Forms on the Nintex Platform.

Attendees can also attend two theater sessions to see Nintex in action including:

  • “Automate, Orchestrate and Optimize Every Business Process Across your Microsoft Stack” on Monday, July 16 at 1 PM PDT
  • “Gain Scalability, Security and Speed with Nintex Workflow as a Service for Office 365” on Tuesday, July 17 at 12:30 PM PDT

 

Ready to learn more about Nintex and Intelligent Process Automation? Download your copy of our white paper on IPA.

Alex Burton

Alex Burton is VP of Product at Nintex. He has worked in the IT industry for more than 20 years holding various roles spanning professional services, project management and product management. Alex has extensive experience in the Microsoft stack, specifically around SharePoint, Project Server, Dynamics CRM and Azure. Follow him on Twitter: @alexanderb