Category: Cloud

 

Cloud, xchange

Why SAP Integration with Nintex Workflow Cloud Matters

March 19, 2018, Author: Christian Tauchmann

At Nintex xchange 2018, I was pleased to present with my co-worker Christoph Schuler where we discussed SAP integration with Nintex Workflow Cloud. Specifically, we reviewed the architecture and capabilities of Nintex Workflow Cloud’s SAP Connector (that Theobald built) and walked attendees through a business use case where customer account […]

Cloud, Process Automation

How to Break Down Silos Caused By Too Many Apps

January 29, 2018, Author: Dan Barker

The recent explosion in Software as a Service (SaaS) apps and tools has been a real boost for businesses. SaaS apps provide low-cost, high-quality tools that are often targeted specifically at a company’s unique needs. However, the more apps you use, the more silos of data and content you have […]

Cloud, Digital Transformation, Workflow and Content Automation

Best of 2017: Nintex Blog

December 29, 2017, Author: Elise Harrington

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 […]

Cloud, Process Automation

What Does the Future Hold for Workflow Automation Tools?

December 28, 2017, Author: Zoe Clelland

They say you need to have your ‘finger on the pulse’ of enterprise trends. But better than that is the ability to predict what is around the corner. It’s why analysts like Gartner and Forrester are so renowned; their industry predictions much sought after. The latest Forrester Wave report on […]

Cloud, Process Automation, Workflow Basics

The Basics of Cloud-Based Workflow Software

December 12, 2017, Author: Sean Fiene

“There are no rules of architecture for a castle in the clouds.” Writer G.K. Chesterton sets no limitations for a castle built in the sky. What would buildings look like without the boundaries of land, the physics of gravity or the restrictions of materials? We’ll probably never know, but we […]